Ken and I need help with our generators.

Desert Rat

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After purchasing core 100 amp and 200 amp generators from Howard a few weeks back, we need to rebuild them. However, a small glitch has ocurred. The data plates on the generators do not have an NSN stamped or evenscrawled into them. We have Item (I presume part) Identification numbers and L.N. serial numbers. We'd really like the NSNs to find needed parts. Here we go:


200 amp:



Item number:

A0013036AA



L.N. serial :

11,327



100 amp:



Item number:

A0013032AA



L.N. serial:

15,884



Any help with this is greatly appreciated. Even better would be a shop willing and able to get these generators running for us!



Thanks everybody!
 

red devils dude

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O god do you know who made them(my dad's a electrical engineer) his specialists is in electrical drive and generators
so we can help with a make and model.
 

Desert Rat

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Prestolite / Leece - Neville.
We found their website and have some phoine numbers to call. Hopefully we will have success in remaning these babies!
 

mangus580

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DR try these guys... http://www.northstarautoelectric.com/

Ask for Brett ( think thats his name)... I have used them for a few things, and they are located about 15-20 min from me.

He even sold me the parts for my m1009 alternator... 4 times.. as I kept misdiagnosing it... :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:

I started with a rectifier... nope, not that, so then we did the diode trio and regulator... nope not that, the dang armeture was bad!! :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: $150 later... maybe I shoulda had them test it...



oh well, works now, and I have some spare parts to boot... :jumpin:
 

mangus580

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well, the real reason is testing was gonna cost time!! and $$ which I didnt have at that point.... live and learn I guess...
 

Recovry4x4

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Mildocs has 3 hits for the 200A item number and one hit for the 100A item number. Since I'm no longer subscribed to mildocs, I can't see the results.
 

Desert Rat

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Thanks Kenny! I talked to a Leece-Neville dealer in Houston. They said they would take apart the generators and diagnose the problem(s) for free! They wanted to see these dinosaurs and have a good look-see for themselves. Hopefully these generators are rebuildable.
 

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Parts list from the Prestolite/Leece site:

http://www.prestolite.com/images_al...s_list.pdf[/ur] Looks like a tech manual: http://www.tpub.com/content/hummer/TM-9-2320-280-20-2/css/TM-9-2320-280-20-2_488.htm[/url]

Thanks,

Al
 
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