Direct replacement wire feed motor for Century® part numbers 216-079-666, 216-089-666, and 861-581-100. Replaces both the Italian-made MAMCO motor and the OSLV motor. The diameter of the motor casing measures 3", and the length from the end of the casing to the center of the shaft measures 6-3/8".
Fits the following Century®/Snap-On® MIG welders: YA205 (117-012), YA219 (117-022), YA217A (117-029), YA217A (117-058), MW120, and MW220.
Fits the following Century®/MAC Tools® MIG welders: WS225K (117-018), WS007K (117-019), WS120 (117-030), WS120 (117-038), and WS225K (117-042).
PLEASE NOTE: We do not accept returns on electrical parts. If your current wire feed motor does not run, the issue may be the motor or the circuit board. To test the motor, power the motor with a 12v (at least) power source such as a car battery or a battery charger. If the motor does not turn when connected to a 12v power source, then you need to replace the wire feed motor; if the motor does turn when connected to a 12v power source, then you may need to repair or replace the circuit board.
Looks good works great.
I have a Dayton 160 amp MIG welder manufactured by Century. I bought it when I was 38 years old, I am now 74, and you can do the math. I have run over a thousand pounds of wire thru it in that time, but the bearings in the drive motor finally gave out. I obtained this one and in about 30 minutes was able to replace the old one. The new one works like a charm.