Oh you bet there's one out there somewhere so long as you are willing to keep your eyes peeled for awhile. I went with new because at such a high cost I wanted to be sure it was good and functional. Also a new one is likely to last you decades. A reasonable investment on an older machine. There are places that may be able to rewind your stator for a stiff fee. But they promise higher output. Rickystator.com is one example. They said they couldn't do mine but yours might be a different style. They also gave me references to a place that could do mine.