I must say I was amazed when I Googled a bit to see how many variations of the RD11 there were! So I'm glad I could contribute these. Will very likely have to strip that motor again so will try and take better shots with more detail, both sides, and include part numbers etc. Maybe a rear view of the switches and controls and the suspension too in case anyone is interested.nat wrote:Interesting. That sure looks like a direct driver motor used with the belt. In which case the three position switch must be 33 and 45 and off, with the two knobs being speed controls. I had no idea that Ariston used anything other than the standard belt drive motors. Perhaps that's why its superieur.
Oh, and Neil did contact me so I have the info I need now.