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proper mounting of generator on allis B

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rpmguy

11-05-2009 16:54:19




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My 1939 B has a generator , that was added. it has a ugly homemade bracket attatched to the oil pan and manifold. it swings and sways in the wind , if you know what im saying . thanks, Jim




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hd6gtom

11-06-2009 09:18:22




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 Re: proper mounting of generator on allis B in reply to rpmguy, 11-05-2009 16:54:19  
The one I have is mounted under the seat and is run buy the PTO shaft. Someone did this one right, as all the wiring is enclosed in bent conduit. It really looks professional, like the tractor came out this way.



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rpmguy

11-06-2009 16:21:17




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 Re: proper mounting of generator on allis B in reply to hd6gtom, 11-06-2009 09:18:22  
PTO DRIVEN GENERATOR? DO YOU HAVE A PICTURE YOU COULD SHARE WITH ME, WOULD LOVE TO SEE THAT . THANKS, JIM



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steve(ill)

11-05-2009 19:40:24




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 Re: proper mounting of generator on allis B in reply to rpmguy, 11-05-2009 16:54:19  
i have a block that was drilled and tapped, but no boss added. bracket just sets a little different aginst the block, but not noticable, and works great.



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rpmguy

11-05-2009 19:52:30




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 Re: proper mounting of generator on allis B in reply to steve(ill), 11-05-2009 19:40:24  
would I just hold the generator , about where it should be, and mark and drill the block? would, or could I damage anything inside the block? JIM



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DickL

11-05-2009 17:28:57




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 Re: proper mounting of generator on allis B in reply to rpmguy, 11-05-2009 16:54:19  
You must have a crank start block. I did this to one of those blocks. I measured the locations of the bosses, made a template then drilled and taped for 3/8" bolts. I then used the JB Weld water putty and flat washers to build the bosses. I then sanded and painted them.

I also capped the bolts inside the block to seal them from leaking with the water putty

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DickL

11-05-2009 17:34:32




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 Re: proper mounting of generator on allis B in reply to DickL, 11-05-2009 17:28:57  
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rpmguy

11-05-2009 18:57:20




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 Re: proper mounting of generator on allis B in reply to DickL, 11-05-2009 17:34:32  
Dick, Thats pretty nice how you did that. Im not sure if I could make it turn out like yours. Ill have to think on this, before I go and modify my block. Ill need to talk to you again if I go ahead with this. Thanks for the picture. Jim



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