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Stupid generator tricks

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Mark

02-28-2004 09:08:55




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Well, I did it... I took apart the generator of my G tractor for cleaning and cannot remember how to put it back together... My main conern is the wire that comes off of the fiels inside the housing. The one with the square washer/metal tab is the biggest mystery.. Instead of guessing I was thinking of taking it in to someone who can assemble and test it correctly.. Amy thoughts would be appreciated... Possibly i will need to find a good used one... Confession is good for the soul, but not very fun... Thanks, Mark

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Phil Auten (TX)

03-01-2004 19:10:19




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 Re: Stupid generator tricks in reply to Mark, 02-28-2004 09:08:55  
Mark,
Any good auto electric shop should be able to reassemble and test your generator. A really good one will show you what needs to be done to it to get it into top working condition.

Phil



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D13

02-28-2004 17:20:42




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 Re: Stupid generator tricks in reply to Mark, 02-28-2004 09:08:55  
Trade ya a story.

I bought a 1-wire chromed alternator for my Aliis B hot rod project. Finally ready to put it on today. Discovered it interferes with the water pump boss. Cannot move it outboard due to the belt rubbing on the front end support. Guess I'll rebuild the old Delcotron and add some nice Rustoleum black. Oh well, guess I have the first piece of chrome for my next project.

Too bad, because it sure did look great.

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Steve in N.J.

02-28-2004 21:02:47




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 Re: Re: Stupid generator tricks in reply to D13, 02-28-2004 17:20:42  
D13,

If it's a 10SI Alternator that you purchased, I don't know what water pump boss your referring to, that's interferring, but our Alternator bracket kit is designed for the DN, SI, or CS Delco alts. I'm sure using our bracket, you'll be able to install that nice chrome alternator again without any troubles! You do need a 1" longer belt which we have if you can't get one locally. Drop us a line if interested.... BTW- Glenn Thank You for the referral! It's appreciated!
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits

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Glenn in PA

02-28-2004 19:14:30




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 Re: Re: Stupid generator tricks in reply to D13, 02-28-2004 17:20:42  
Talk to Steve in NJ. He built some custom brackets for alternators that work well for the B, maybe he has some tooling that could help you out.



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