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    Franklin submersible motor compared to the rest

    The reason being is that motor hasn't had enough field testing experience to say their reliable for the pump installer to install them on a regular basis(or an individual like yourself without testing the submersible pump for wear and tear before you buy it used). I would rather buy my "used motor or pump end from a pump installer or well driller that has a test pit. Tried out pumptek for awhile back 2007 before I came around. We went back to a Franklin motor with pentair's products. Lower amperage draw and the higher rating thrust bearing was worth venturing outside the norm from a Franklin motor. Not the first time venturing outside the norm over the years with different motor companies and different pump end companies that perform better with your needs/requirements deep to water.
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