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Battery Charger for Antique Electric

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Hi,

I need to buy a replacement charger for my 1921 Milburn. It runs on 84 volts. Any recommendations?

Steve

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Thank you for your replies. The Russco charger is 208-240 volts. I would like to find one that runs on 120 volts.

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GO TO HGR.COM. THIS IS A SALES COMPANY OF USED MACHINERY FOR INDUSTRY IN CLEVELAND OHIO. THEY HAVE ROWS OF CHARGERS FOR VARIOUS TOWMOTOR SYSTEMS.

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Rusty,

Thank you for the link but it wasn't much help. see below.

Steve

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Thanks for the link. I looked at what they have but there was nothing that would work for my application.

Steve

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Steve: I purchased a model SCO8413 84Volt, 13 Amp, 120 volt On Board Charger for my Rauch & Lang from Quick Charge Corp. Oklahoma City, OK. New Page 1 I have not used it much yet but it seems to be a very good fit for my application.

John Nikodym

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John,

These chargers look very promising. I will check them out. Thank you for the lead.

Steve

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