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Direct Drives and Surgilators
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Post# 277275   4/28/2008 at 13:01 (3,514 days old) by tuthill ()        

Were there any direct drive Whirlpool's equipped with Surgilators?




Post# 277281 , Reply# 1   4/28/2008 at 13:38 (3,514 days old) by dadoes (TX, U.S. of A.)        

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The "traditional" style Surgilator was never used on direct-drives.

Post# 277286 , Reply# 2   4/28/2008 at 13:46 (3,514 days old) by tuthill ()        
alas

I think that a surgilator with a fast stroke agitation would be quite a site!

Post# 277351 , Reply# 3   4/28/2008 at 20:04 (3,514 days old) by nmaineman36 ()        

I have a 5 plus 10 Surgilator in my Whirlpool washer...5 flex vanes in the bottom and 5 curved and 5 straight vanes in the filter barrel. They didnt use the solid 3 vane agitator like they had in the belt drive models. I dont think that the transmissions could handle it on the direct drive models. Besides the agitator shaft is kinda short.




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