i have a hydraulic motor that turn 914 rpms with a 4 1nch pulley i want to change to a motor that turns 760 rpms what size pulley will i need to get the same rpms
I'm confused!This is an approximation and assuming the current ratio is 1:1, based on the information provided.
It would be more accurate if you gave the current motor rpm, and both pulley sizes.
I stand corrected, I need to work on my reading comprehension. I read hydraulic motor as hydraulic pump, thinking that it was being driven by a motor. :nuts: So please disregard my idiocy.I'm confused!
He did give the current motor RPM = 914 and you used it for your calculation!
Assuming he keeps the same driven pulley size why would the driven pulley size make any difference?
Ron, if its that critical you can possibly turn a 5" pulley down to 4.8, or you could make one....So you probably need to decide between 4-3/4 or 5"