So i have to replace the condenser fan motor, it wont spin freely and it looks like the bearings are worn out. The old motor says it is a 1/4hp with 2.2 FLA(full load amps), 208/230V, PH1. It does not say what the rpm's are and neither does the fan blade. So i found on Grainger two motors that i think might work: DAYTON Fan Motor, PSC, 1/3 HP, 1075, 208-230v, 48YZ - FLA 2.5-2.8 or DAYTON Fan Motor, PSC, 1/4 HP, 1075, 208-230v, 48YZ - FLA 1.7-1.9. Can i assume that the 1075 rpm's on these will be sufficient? And does it matter if i go higher or lower FLA? I am planning on replacing the capacitor at the same time. It is a dual capacitor so i am guessing i would match up the uf for the compressor (from the old capacitor) and the uf needed on the new motor and get one that would match that combo; and also with the same 440VAC and 50/60Hz as the old one? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.