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Jim Becker wrote:I presume this is supposed to be a teaching excepience for the kids. Have them take the frozen generator apart, clean it up and decide what all is wrong with it. After that, the conclusion may be to to toss it or trade it in as a core. But give them the opportunity to learn.
sgtbull wrote:A Delco Remy 10SI will fit w/ no modifications. IF you want it as 6v, any competent rebuild shop can make it one. Look back at some previous articles on mounts to see a good, clean way to install one.
Jason (IL) wrote:I am not apposed to a 12 v conversion, I just don't want to have to buy new lights, coil, and what not. I have all kinds of 6 v lights and coils. I do have a 12v alternator I will use on my demo project most likely just because it came with it. I just see more money to go the 12 v route verses staying with the 6 v in my case. I thought I read somewhere Hitachi made a 6 v alternator and that is what has me curious about going this route. Like I stated earlier, I did not get a generator with this tractor and so I do not have a core to rebuild at this time. I really don't want to spend $40 or more on a core plus a rebuild of $150 or more and then add in all the other things I have to change over like I stated.
I will look into both when I go to NAPA Friday after school and let everyone know what I went with. I have this tractor hot wired for now and would like to get it in shape for spring as I would like to put a sickle mower on it.
Plus cost of voltage regulator.I really don't want to spend $40 or more on a core plus a rebuild of $150 or more and then add in all the other things I have to change over like I stated.
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