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my name is robin kucan, i am the owner of a small exporting co. in milwaukee wi. service international llc. i'm looking for price and avail. on the following:
#1286570 alternator 24v 150a qty 1 prestolite
Will a 1GW4159A cross over to a 1GW4168A?
I am looking for a replacement for generator regulator VBO-4202L. This is an A circuit, 12Volt, 8 amp. Any will due with an amp rating between 8-20 amps.
does anyone know what prestolite starter was used in the Tiernay Turbine generator its 24 volts with a 4 bolt flange mount, somewhat small in size, with the drivegear fork exposed the drive gear was changed by Tiernay
i AM INTERESTED IN GETTING A REBUILD KIT, OR A LIST OF TYPICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR THIS ALTERNATOR. CAN YOU PROVIDE THIS INFO? CUSTOMER P# 085465 (FIRST NUMBER UNCLEAR ON TAG). THANKS,
Please confirm you product specifications for these two starters and advise.
The Titan M125701 solenoid position indicated in your website is 82 degrees, yet the original cores we're receiving are 322 degrees.
The Titan M125601 Pinion OD indicated in website is 46.5, yet the original cores we're receiving are 56.8 like the 24V version.
Thank you for your assistance.
I have a Leece Neville 65 Amp. 12V Alternator, Model #8MR2092L. This alternator has 12 poles. I am trying to measure the voltage at the AC tap for the tachometer. My inside cabin tachometer operates correctly but my upper flybridge tachometer does not. As I understand it the AC tap should read half the alternator output DC voltage. I measured the voltage at the AC tap with my multimeter on the AC scale and I get a reading of 16 (both with a digital and an analog multimeter). My DC output voltage is about 14.4 so shouldn't my AC tap voltage be about 7 or 8. Am I reading the AC tap voltage wrong? Should I be using the DC scale to measure this voltage? I had the alternator bench tested at a local alternator shop and they said it was operating correctly. They said they were reading 8 at the AC tap with a analog gauge but 16 with a digital gauge. I don't know what the difference could be between the two gauges. I'm wondering now if they know what they are talking about. Your help will be appreciated.
I have a Motorola 90 amp alternator (110-603) with voltage regulator 8RG2043 (105-280) 5 amp 12 volt. For marine application.
Can the voltage be adjusted?
Is this alternator/ voltage regulator adequate to charge four 6 volt 400 Ahr AGM batteries wired in series and parallel to get 12 volts DC.
If so does the voltage need to be adjusted?
Is there a problem with overheating the alternator?
Barry Rochefort, Seattle
I need to replace a motorola alternator for an exercise bike (lifecycle 9000) part # 8AL-2109F, 12N-37A-8721. Can you help?