Upon further reading, I found that this Warn 6014 is also referred to as the "8200" and it's truly a rare & oddball specimen. Here are a couple documents. 8200 Owner's Manual 8200 Parts List The current predicament is the motor situation. I haven't contacted Herm yet because I'll use him as a last resort and it'd be nice to have a modern replacement motor that is readily available. So the armature.... The shaft is .750" OD with a single Woodruff key and the shaft is drilled for a cotter pin. The armature bearing measures 2.047". The newer 8274 motors use a 20 spline shaft and the gears are 18 teeth like mine but I can't say if they would mesh correctly. The 8274 bearing measures 1.5748 OD and the ID is .669". I called Warn and the guy pretty much told me to kick rocks..... I also called another place that sold older warn winch stuff but he said I was SOL besides maybe Herm and had no idea if new stuff could be used on it. I dropped Gigglepin a line and will see what they say. I might just go ahead and buy the newer warn motor and gear and see what happens. The old armature shaft has this adapter that the bearing presses on. I have a few ideas to make this new stuff work on the old. I'll keep this updated with my findings.