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II have an Industrial fan made by Lakewood I believe the blade is 41" and the motor is a 1hp motor. I mistakenly turned it while it was running and the blade hit the shaft on the motor. Now in order to get it running I have to replace the motor and blade. Does anyone know where I can find replacement parts? I have been looking online for lakewood replacements and don't find what I need. Thank you for the help. signed OUT "$600.00.lol

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mcdevito75 here, If the fan is not too old I would figure yes, but a replacement motor will cost as a new fan, if not more, then you have to install and the blades are a presss fit to the motor.

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