It does. I'd call Dayton if they have a tech help line that can assist you. I'm surprised it's only $200 from Grainger. Most of the stuff I've seen there is more expensive than anywhere else. $200 probably isn't bad for a new motor.This motor looks pretty similar. https://www.grainger.com/product/DAYTON-1-HP-Belt-Drive-Motor-24C182
Same frame size, hp, rpm, voltage etc.
Last night there was the battle of dogs & raccoons throughout the night. Raccoon got up er too. nter. Dog managed to get up on the counter too. Coons have been stealing cooking utensils (caught them dragging off a silicone spatula. Dog managed to knock a bunch of stuff I'd picked up right back down on the floor. she had the coon cornered at the kitchen window inside. I had to put the dog in the living room. I had just fed the cats. Bethesda (one of my cats) went to the sink to see if the faucet was working to get water (since their water is gone & I need to wash the containers and refill them but there's no running water). Coon growled and swatted at her. She got upset so she went and peed in a bowl of cat food. I went into the front room to feed the kittens. Heard the dog barking & found the coon eating the peed on cat food. It ran from me so I moved the bowl closer to the door so it would finish it off (since the cats won't touch it). I desperately need to do some dishes.
Had trouble waking myself up but got up around 9:20am. Went to Tractor Supply with my friend to find the float lever but they were out. Went to hardware store and found it. They said nearest place that sells pumps and motors is in DeRidder. Couldn't even find the full piston pumps online. Found motors though. Keywords "belt drive motor". I saw that the older pump that burned out before this one was still on the ground outside but I can't read the label (need to clean it).
Fiend changed the switch out for the float lever just in case (and tucked the wires properly so the cover could fit). No dice still. I saw that the junction box for the wires that feed the lights and pumps was getting rained on (bc the tin got pulled up, twisted, and was hanging down). I found something to push it up with and set the tin back in place but it's not secured. It is stopping rain from landing on the junction box though.
With the raccoon situation it seems I need to speed up the timeline and bump up priority of fixing the back door. The larger ones might not be able to get through (I hope). Might have to cover it for awhile and open my window to let the cats in and out.
We've entered phase 3 of the pandemic response & people aren't wearing masks anymore and there was a maskless guy walking through the parking lot coughing & not covering his mouth. So, I'm avoiding going out in public as long as possible.
Depending on it's application, it might work. I'm not sure if a motor used indoors or enclosed as in a fan motor could be used outdoors In a potentially damp area. That's why thinking of asking a manufacturer for advice.
If all the specs matches yours, I suppose it will work.