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Old 10-11-2018, 04:12 PM
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Default Alternator bracket and adjustment arm

Looking for a bracket and adjusting arm for a 1971-76 ambulance with 145 amp alternator. Please call if you can help. Kevin (562)631-5830.
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B&B auto in rapid has a 72 that would have had the 100 amp on it. if you don't have any luck else were they might be a source. but he is getting up there in his price
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Donna's '70 S&S lost its 130 amp 40DN alternator the other day. I've managed to put one together but there just aren't any parts left. The 40DN uses a unique mounting. Nothing else will fit. When it quits again I probably won't be able to replace it. The 145 amp alternator used on later ambulances uses a a standard mount which opens up a lot of possibilities for upgrades.

If it comes down to it I can fabricate one but it would be easier just to buy one.
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Old 10-13-2018, 08:22 AM
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How does she loose the alternators so frequently?
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Old 10-13-2018, 09:32 AM
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Perhaps the rig has a battery switch and she is turning off the batteries with the engine running. Good by alternator.
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