Hi Crick,As a follow up, does anyone think that I can go wrong trying to use a Curtis PMC SepEx DC Motor Controller 24-36v 400 Amp controller? ...
Since you felt the need to ask, I'd say it is a bad idea to attempt to use that Curtis SepEx controller. I'm fairly certain those are PM motors, and you have 2, so it would involve a major hack to the Curtis to get it functional and require a program pendant or PC SW which cost like $800. If you were familiar with the controller, SepEx motors and had programmer access, you might have a chance. But then you would not have asked the question
An older series motor type Curtis control would work for you, like the model 1204.