A brand new lighter use OO Gauge Lima ringfield motor conversion kit, comprising:
- a replacement 9mm thick 6Vdc high torque can motor,
- computer-designed 3D-printed adaptor,
- 2 x 8-tooth gears (one spare), and
- a length of heat shrink tubing.
This kit requires no permanent adaptation to be made to the motor bogie and therefore the original ringfield (pancake) motor can be reinstalled at any time; the motor, adaptor and/or gear can be replaced with ease, if ever the need arises.
Please note: This is the smallest Lima replacement motor that we supply. It is compatible with all of the same models as our LA1/Co-Co/10mm kit, however, due to its smaller magnet, we recommend that this kit is not used in models that will see heavy use or will be expected to haul long rakes or coaches etc. Marketed as a ‘lighter use’ option, it’s best suited to locos that see less frequent outings.
Read more about our ringfield adaptor kits here: www.strathpefferjunction.com/ringfieldadaptors
We have tested the adaptor in UK outline models marked with an asterisk below. Based on visual assessment, this adaptor should also work with all ringfield models listed. Very occasionally, light sanding may be required around the lugs to ensure clearance.
Class 52 (Westerns)*
Class 55 (Deltics)*
Class 201 (Irish Diesel)
King Class (Tender Drive)
Fowler 4F 0-6-0 (Tender Drive)
★ For our 10mm/Co-Co Lima adaptors, please click here.
★ For our 12mm/Bo-Bo Lima adaptors, please click here.
★ For our Small Loco Lima adaptors (suitable for Class 08/09 shunters and GWR Prairie), please click here.
We can accept no liability or responsibility for any damage or injury occurring from the installation and use of our motor replacement kits. Installation requires modifications and the use of tools, some of which have the potential to damage you and/or you models, as well as other components and equipment. Users must not commence work unless they are confident that they have the skills and experience necessary to complete it successfully, and install these kits and undertake work to their models at their own risk.