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Re: Mag-Alternator-gen reset

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JMOR

01-04-2014 09:15:47
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Mr. T. Minnesota said: (quoted from post at 13:09:53 01/04/14)
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Denny O. has given me much info on the FM WW2 mag and pointers on set up. One thing he mentioned is that the generator has to be set on the opposite side of the engine to make room for the mag. Question is- did the generator ever stay on the right side? The reason I ask is when purchasing the mag the used parts guy gave me an additional part that went with the mag. It looks like an idler or belt tensioner that some how is attached to the N. Did this apparatus make it possible to attach it to the standard right side or is this idler meant to be used on the alternate left side? Any thoughts or ideas are welcome!

Again, thanks to Denny for his assistance.

Mr. T. Minnesota
Idler was used to tension the fan belt since there was NO generator.

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 Re: Mag-Alternator-gen reset in reply to JMOR, 01-04-2014 09:15:47  
JMOR,
The illustration helped a lot. The idler I hold must be a newer version, it has a grease fitting on the pulley shaft. Thanks again!
Mr. T. Minnesota



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 Re: Mag-Alternator-gen reset in reply to Mr. T. Minnesota, 01-04-2014 10:48:30  
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There is a right angle grease fitting on the one in the picture. The little "eye" in the center is the top of the zerk which provides lubrication for the needle bearing inside the idler pulley.

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And good luck finding one!!! Stumpy loaned me this one just long enough to measure and produce drawings for repopping them....

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01-04-2014 09:34:36
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 Re: Mag-Alternator-gen reset in reply to JMOR, 01-04-2014 09:15:47  
JMOR,

Thanks for the quick reply. Did not even consider that as a possibility. Am intending to mount an alternator or generator on the left side as needed. Thanks again for the answer.
Mr. T. Minnesota
Close to 30 below zero tonight with 35-60 below zero wind chill next few days.



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