Mine is 115v.
It is specified for evaporative coolers, so I would be careful using it for other purposes. But might be OK if you maintain the specified motor current rating.
Table saws built in the past 5 years, maybe longer, use a motor with a gear-up box, built into a single unit. Some serious engineering would be required to adapt this motor.
4 inch adjustable pully. 3-1/2" to 3-1/4" fixed with 5/8" bore. Instructions give good directions for setting up motor.
We cannot advise you on motors that are not used for their intended purpose, which is evaporative cooling. Using it for uses not intended for this item will void the warranty should it fail.
Mine specifies 0.625.
13.0 amps on high speed and 7.0 amps on low speed.
You will need to verify with the user manual or spec sheet to see if it calls for a 1hp motor. If it does, this motor should fit ok.
If the TC571 allows for our 1hp motor to be used, then yes. You will need to change the base, as the 1hp motor is about 2" inches longer than the 3/4hp motor.
Please refer to the cooler specifications. If it calls for a 1hp motor, it will work. Dial 1hp motors fit a motor base or cradle of 9-7/16" inches in length from hub to hub.