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I need a Dianz cbb60 mkp sh 8uf capacitor for a ryobi bench grinder.

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You can get these at any ac/heating parts houses such as ferguson rsd or allied...you will need to have contractors license to purchase from these parts houses...try getting one online

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SOURCE: i need a Dianz cbb60 mkp sh 60uf capacitor for a log splitter. Dianz does not carry them anymore.

TITON PRO 370 is the substitute capacitor you need. It is the only one that will fit in the switch box. (TRC60)
60MDF, 2" dia, 4 7/8" long, Motor run capisator

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