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22A Generator Regulator

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Texasmark1

07-01-2017 05:47:57




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Did Ford and aftermarket have one design or are there numerous? Tractor is a '65 3000D.

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Mark




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BobReeves

07-01-2017 16:33:11




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 Re: 22A Generator Regulator in reply to Texasmark1, 07-01-2017 05:47:57  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

How can one tell the difference?



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Bern

07-01-2017 19:36:44




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 Re: 22A Generator Regulator in reply to BobReeves, 07-01-2017 16:33:11  
According to the service manual, the 22-amp models had a fan, and the 11-amp versions did not.

You can see a few differences by looking in the parts manual.



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Bern

07-01-2017 06:08:30




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 Re: 22A Generator Regulator in reply to Texasmark1, 07-01-2017 05:47:57  
Original ones said "Lucas" on the cover - replacement ones did not.



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RickB

07-01-2017 13:41:08




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 Re: 22A Generator Regulator in reply to Bern, 07-01-2017 06:08:30  
Yes. But there is one design for all Ford tractor applications so far as I know.



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Texasmark1

07-02-2017 05:56:28




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 Re: 22A Generator Regulator in reply to RickB, 07-01-2017 13:41:08  
The manuals I have do discuss an 11A and it's not part of the diesel tractor's OEM equipment. My OEM regulator specifically stated LUCAS on the cover and 22A on the metal back side. My after market replacement has a sticker on it with 12v/22A on the back side. Not made by Lucas.



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Bern

07-01-2017 14:33:04




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 Re: 22A Generator Regulator in reply to RickB, 07-01-2017 13:41:08  
The original '65-up tractors had both 11- and 22-amp generators available, each with their own unique regulator. I've never seen a true 11-amp generator that I could put my hands on, either because most tractors came out with the 22 amp, or more likely, when the 11-amp models failed, they were replaced with the 22-amp versions. 11 amps is good for keeping the battery charged and not much else.



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RickB

07-01-2017 16:52:09




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 Re: 22A Generator Regulator in reply to Bern, 07-01-2017 14:33:04  
We're talking Fords so I said "so far as I know" :.) I've not seen an 11 amp generator.



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