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The motor is shot on my 12 volt 43# thrust unit can I replace it with a 24 volt 70# motor ? Is the shaft and head wiring the same ?

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If you don't supply 24 volts to the motor, it won't run. You'll have to read the specs on the 24 volt motor as to shaft and wiring.

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