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Re: 57 ford 600 generator options

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Jim L WA

10-14-2019 10:17:41




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Hi Dave, just food for thought. I fought a charging problem on my '54 NAA for a couple of years. Had the generator rebuilt, went through 3 voltage regulators. Finally gave up and converted to 12 volts. I'm very happy with it now. I think the problem is the voltage regulators being made somewhere have no quality control. They may work for a few hours then quit. Where are you located? My generator is good I think. It passes the motor test, it puts out lots of current under a full field test.

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Bern

10-14-2019 10:45:36




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 Re: 57 ford 600 generator options in reply to Jim L WA, 10-14-2019 10:17:41  
I would tend to agree with that statement. I myself have had a lot of problems with newer voltage regulators as well. I'd much prefer to monkey with an older one and try to adjust it than buy a new one. I'm sticking with a generator on my 6000 restoration project because I want it to be original.



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