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Re: 5000D regulator

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soundguy

10-31-2013 18:34:11
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I didn't say YOU or Bern or any PARTICULAR other person couldn't troubleshoot them.

I know you and bern and many of the other question answer's here know how. I also know you have no tolerance for them.

I stopped reading your post closely after the first sentence after you jumped to the conclusion that I said you didn't know how to wire them.

I'm saying MOST people on this and other old tractor sites think anything with a wire is MAGIC.

PS... work on em right and you don't have to constantly tinker with them. take that however you want it.

Past a lil educational fun, and or testing I don't tinker with any of my genny or alt systems.

I have had a lucas reg come to me bad.. and have cleaned a few and then sealed up the cases.

they are still running.

I've got more ford electrical systems than lucas.. and I'm not taking up for the lucas VREG.. I think they are for sure the weak link in the system. the genny itself is nearly as robust as a ford one.. though I'd take a ford genny any day.

if you need mroe than 20a.. by all menas.. get an alt.

it a persons system is unreliable.. fix it. in most cases for a genny charge problem. it's EASY to positively ID if the genny has an issue.. or it is elsewhere. once you decide the genny is good 9 if it is ).. then it's gravy from there. ground or vreg are the common BIG issues.

I personally don't like lucas vregs. ihave in the past used ford vregs with no ill issues.

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just because you don't like them doesn't mean they can't be made to work correctly.

i can think of plenty of good reasons to have a genny system over an alt. Most of them involve ham handed 'helpers and employees. ( those ones I mentioned that think electrons are magic.. and don't understand red vs black and positive and negative.

mix all that up and I have seen people kill alternators on a ford sinc ethey know 'all old fords are positive ground' as they burn out an alt hooking it up or jumping it wrong.

at most on a genny / vreg system..you toast a vreg. not the genny

nuf said.

and no.. I was not implying even covertly , that you do not know how to maintain one.

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RodInNS

10-31-2013 19:58:40
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 Re: 5000D regulator in reply to soundguy, 10-31-2013 18:34:11  
I've never had any particular problem with the Motorcraft gens although there only was one to begin with. Lucas... we've dumped many. And no... I have absolutely no patience to deal with them. I simply look at it from the perspective that the time spent to convert them is well worth it. I do the same with Lucas alternators... and motorolla's...
The only soft spot I have is for Lucas starters. Those seem to be virtually indestructible other than needing the odd cleaning and brushes after a lot of use.


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