Alternator Identification

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Alternator Identification


I am trying to identify a replacement alternator and the old one has no identifying tag or information that I can find. It is used to charge house batteries on a tour bus and I suspect it is at least a 140 Amp (12V). I think I should replace it with something in the 175Amp range given the 6 batteries that it needs to charge. The regulator is identifiable as a Model 8RG2112 Sales N0. 105-360.

This seems to have the closest dimensions - A0014846AAH but I want to be sure. Can you give me any advice on how to identify it when the tag is missing? I have pictures if that would help.



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