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Old 09-11-2013, 10:19 AM
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Is this the stancor relay?

I looked on mcmastercarr and looks like all the specs are the same as well as the picture but it makes no mention of it being the white rodgers/stancor. Reason why i want to order this one is because its cheaper than anywhere else and i get mcmastercarr orders the very next day
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I looked on mcmastercarr and looks like all the specs are the same as well as the picture but it makes no mention of it being the white rodgers/stancor. Reason why i want to order this one is because its cheaper than anywhere else and i get mcmastercarr orders the very next day
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Certainly looks like the same specs.
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Cool ill order it friday when i get paid and report back
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i think i paid the same or less from gopher electronics.
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Hey Pat, did you order it already. If not, the relay for a western snowplow is much better quality than any of the stancor. Not many people know because they have just followed the norm. Its only around $15 bucks, maybe less.

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Your link doesn't bring up any particular model so I don't know what you are looking at. The original Stancor was the 586-902 IIRC, but it was 2005 when I bought mine and installed it. Trust me the Stancor is well proven to handle the load the GP's place on this relay. I have cut up several of the stock relays and every one was burnt to a crisp inside. The Stancor is made to handle a continuous current flow with no issues, like I said it's been on mine since 2005 and my GP's never worked as good. I bought a dozen from a company going out of business that use to make fire trucks, these relays are used in industrial applications of all kinds of things.
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Hey Pat, did you order it already. If not, the relay for a western snowplow is much better quality than any of the stancor. Not many people know because they have just followed the norm. Its only around $15 bucks, maybe less.

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Yea i have heard of that one too i might consider it since i didnt have time friday to order it. Anythings better than the tired worn out one in my obs.

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Your link doesn't bring up any particular model so I don't know what you are looking at. The original Stancor was the 586-902 IIRC, but it was 2005 when I bought mine and installed it. Trust me the Stancor is well proven to handle the load the GP's place on this relay. I have cut up several of the stock relays and every one was burnt to a crisp inside. The Stancor is made to handle a continuous current flow with no issues, like I said it's been on mine since 2005 and my GP's never worked as good. I bought a dozen from a company going out of business that use to make fire trucks, these relays are used in industrial applications of all kinds of things.
Hmm it takes me to the page but yea i know what the stancor is i was just seeing if anyone knew if that one is the stancor because mcmaster doesnt list brands
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Yea i have heard of that one too i might consider it since i didnt have time friday to order it. Anythings better than the tired worn out one in my obs.
I know the stancor is very popular with the 7.3 folks, but the amount of juice that continually has to go through a snowplow motor is way more than our glow plugs or starter. The western motor is probably 3x the size of our starter. My Curtis plow motor is bigger yet.

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If you have a 1/2 garden hose and you increase the size of the hose to a 6 inch pipe, you will quickly reach a point where you aren't flowing any more water so why the increase in size? The Stancor is rated to handle a constant flow that exceeds what the GP's call for, like I said it has been on my truck since 2004 or 2005, if I would have stuck with the stock relay I would have used some where close to a dozen by now. I am not saying the snow mobile one won't work, because it will, and if you can get it cheaper that is great too. I have heard about folks using them for years now, I trust the Stancor and I personally know how they are built and how long they last so that is what I recommend. YMMV....................................?
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