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Perfect.He's so excited, he meant to say alternator bracket. He can now now shut the truck down in any switch order withour an over-volt occurence, which otherwise typically damages the PCB, ABS module, and CTIS controller. This alternator is also not scared to charge low batteries at an idle, an otherwise suicide assignment for stock units.
I have one more of these alternators left, if anybody did not get a good Christmas present, take care of yourself. I have it on sale. Genuine Delco 100 amp brushless 24v 33Si. Not Chinese. It is designed for 1 million miles of usage.
PM 74M35A2Old thread but I got a new question. Will the pulley from the original alternator work on the delco? I’m thinkig about converting mine. The old one is not charging. It will charge sometimes after a few whacks from a rubber mallet. Thanks.
Which part is incorrect? Also your alternator should have been adjustable, and not required a regulator change to vary the target voltage set-point. This would be a good case of "Read the TM", I would support.Not only all of what 74M35A2 said is correct..... A smaller diameter pulley is recommended so it will charge at idle. I also changed out the regulator to produce 27.9 volts. Because I don't the truck down the highway for hours it needed to charge more for shorter runs. alternatorparts.com.
Got it. Just trying to keep it local!Which part is incorrect? Also your alternator should have been adjustable, and not required a regulator change to vary the target voltage set-point. This would be a good case of "Read the TM", I would support.
CARMAN: I am really not selling alternators anymore unless somebody wants something high end such as brushless or high output, as the price on the Delco clones has fallen through the floor and is about $84 right now for a brand new one with new pulley, delivered to your door, with one year warranty.
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