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Old 04-11-2012, 09:57 AM
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Default Got one as a back-up...

Since I've had so much trouble getting work done on my alternator I purchased this one off eBay. It spins freely and not sure if it even works but will have it checked out when it arrives.

On the other hand, I can always rob the Criterion's for the Lifeliner!
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sounds good. you can drop it off and have the boys test it. it may be they can make one out of the two. but if you end up with a dead one let me play with it will you. I still feel that one can mount one of the newer GM alternators inside this case. we find a simple way to put one of the 150 amp internally regulated ones in side we have it made.
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