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Ralph from NY

04-11-2011 16:41:02
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What alternator do you guys use on a "C" or "CA"? Any one I have is too large to clear the steering rod.




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Ralph from NY

04-12-2011 16:19:30
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 Re: Alternator in reply to Ralph from NY, 04-11-2011 16:41:02  
Thanks guys.



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Kip-Utah

04-12-2011 10:39:00
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 Re: Alternator in reply to Ralph from NY, 04-11-2011 16:41:02  
Used one out of an old Mitsubishi "Mighty Max" pickup. A Dodge D50 would be the same. With some spacers it worked with the original generator mount and easily clears the "chicken roost" steering link.



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LWD

04-12-2011 02:28:32
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 Re: Alternator in reply to Ralph from NY, 04-11-2011 16:41:02  
I put a 12volt generator on my c looks stock



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old

04-11-2011 18:50:01
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 Re: Alternator in reply to Ralph from NY, 04-11-2011 16:41:02  
I use the common Delco 10SI on them. I use a bracket that sets them up higher so as to clear the steering parts



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steve(ill)

04-11-2011 18:29:51
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 Re: Alternator in reply to Ralph from NY, 04-11-2011 16:41:02  
the most common alternator to put on any tractor is the DELCO 10si, built from about 1975 to 1995. Your right, its a little bigger and tighter than a newer model. A common alternator today is the DELCO CS130. That is a standard alternator on most GM cars (chevy, pontial, olds) from 1995 till about 2005. Its about an inch smaller in diameter, but normally a little more expensive. I have bought several on e-bay. You can also use a Denso or other Japaneese alternaotr of a Honda, etc... just get one with an internal voltage regulator.

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steve(ill)

04-11-2011 18:32:59
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 Re: Alternator in reply to steve(ill), 04-11-2011 18:29:51  
here is a CS130 on a B.

1940 Orchard B



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steve(ill)

04-11-2011 18:47:00
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 Re: Alternator in reply to steve(ill), 04-11-2011 18:32:59  
here is a couple good photos for closeup. some of the alternators have 3 mounts 120 degrees apart, this one has two 180 degrees apart.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/601-00990-ALTERNATOR-CHEVY-AVEO-04-08-AND-MORE-/250742466194?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3a616a6692



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Dick H. in NY

04-11-2011 17:13:48
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 Re: Alternator in reply to Ralph from NY, 04-11-2011 16:41:02  
There is a company on E-bay that sells a small body alternator just for such conditions. Hope this helps.Dick



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