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Petri,

They are as per the product description, ID 3.2mm OD 5mm, length 8mm.

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Can you confirm the measurements of these washers (OD, ID, length)? https://www.technobotsonline.com/nylon-spacer-8mm-pk-of-25.html (page says they are M3)
Tom,

Best to use the FAQ tab on the product for the quickest response.

In answer to your question, no because as per the description, the internal diameter of the groove is only 8mm so is likely to break through or leave a paper thin wall thickness.
Can the pulley part # 4602-014 be made with 8mm pitch (shaft diameter)?
Thank you
Dear Zahid,

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can you give me an email so I can send you a new supplier form
Andrew,

If the 30A is the nominal current drawn at full load at 24V then that is a power draw of 720W. Assuming an efficiency of 65%, that gives a motor power of 468W which sounds more like it.

I would suggest the the sabertooth dual 60A controller 1506-009. That should handle the acceleration and reversing currents well.
Sorry Paul- I meant 30 amps! Apologies for the delay in replying, that work thing got in the way!
Andrew,

They are relatively low power motors then. It is hard to imagine wheelchair drive motors only being 30W, 250W upwards is more common.

Regardless, based on what you have advised, I would suggest a reversing RC relay part number 3400-042 for the actuator assuming you need centre off.

For the 30W drive motors, the Sabertooth 12A controller part number 1506-006 will be fine.
Hi, the drive motors are 30watt 24v. The actuator is the same.I only need 1speed for that, forward and reverse.

Cheers,

Andrew.
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