That's because it was the orientation you took the images on your Samsung SM-T580 at 2017:07:25 08:28:05, the forum software assumes that is the orientation you wish to show it.Distinterior":2dxvxup8 said:….
Not sure why the image is upside down...? The original photo isn't!
If you click on the image, it will expand and the image is in the correct orientation.
As Myfordman has said, that motor looks similar to the original but the way its mounting points are is different.Myfordman":efscbpv5 said:How many capacitors does that motor have? I can't see any but there must be at least one. Can you get a decent photo of the rating plate and post it? That will tell lots of useful info not only about the motor power/speed but also if it is metric or imperial - important if the pulley is to fit without tears.
Your saw looks like it is designed for a foot moutning motor whereas the one further up the thread looks like a face mounting motor.
It's from a Startrite TA 145 but it's the same motor that is normally fitted to a Startrite TA 165 that Matthew has.....Myfordman":10r51jom said:That is a surprisingly low powered motor and doubly surprising that it is not a capacitor start and run motor to boost the running torque. What size saw is that from?
My 10" cabinet saw (xcaliber) is a 3hp CSR motor and the 12" model uses 5hp motor.