I finally got the alternator mounted. I got hold of DBElectrical for a few questions on the 12180 one wire alternator, which is what I actually have. NOT those pictured above. The man tells me to just hook up the charge wire as the other two terminals on the back of the alternator are not even used by the internal rectifier/voltage regulator. He said most people plug those terminals with RTV to keep stuff out.
Pictures of the mounted alternator. It does have a little yaw to it but not bad. A 48" belt was a hair too big for when it stretched (and it will). A 47" was almost too tight to get on. I put it in the microwave for 20 seconds to heat it up and got it on. 4L470W is the belt it took
The yaw is not as bad as it looks in this one.
I may decide to come back and wallow the two front holes out so I can drop the front a little bit. It may run a while like it is.
The previous bracket (Out, out damned spot) with a gigantic alternator swaying from it and a belt that looked like a frayed rope. It was bad, trust me