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For several years I have been running The small Nippondenso Alternator on My D 14, CA and H 3 With no troubles.
Honda and Toyota cars from the early 80s till about mid 90s have these units They cost about 15-20 bucks at the junkyard.
It takes 3 wires to make them work it is best to get the connector that plugs into the back of the unit it is a simple hookup.
I prefer these to the Delco because they are much smaller,About the diameter of the Gen. They tuck up under the hood very nicely I Think a person could wrap a piece of tin around it and trim it up to look just like a generator.If money is not a problem many of the small import tractors have very small alternators on them,They could easily be made to look like a generator.
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