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Re: 8 volt alternator conversion

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bobs old iron

01-27-2013 19:06:33
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now you got my interest, where did you find/get a 8-v alt, how hard to convert, got more pics on how it looks/mounts on motor, did you have to do any special wireing/diswireing to hook-up..might look into it for my to-20,,,bob




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 Re: 8 volt alternator conversion in reply to bobs old iron, 01-27-2013 19:06:33  
A friend told me about a web site that offered 8 volt alternators. I waited for almost 2 years before going for it and then found the same alternator on ebay with free shipping. DB electric had the mounting parts for about $30, just needed the alternor to mount bolt and a 1/2" shim.

Wiring was simple. Take everything off the voltage regulator and put the NEG alt wire to your ammeter. Almost done. Just run your ignition (coil) wire to the same start switch post. I put my generator and voltage regulator in a box and shelved them. Also once the engine excites the alternator it will keep charging even at idle

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