1936-1954 Chevy Car Truck 12V Foot Pedal Starter Chrome MOPAR Studebaker Packard Jeep Autolite Alternator Bracket Turn Signal Flasher 550 3 Pin 12 volt Delco CS130 Alternator Connector
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1936-1954 Chevy Car Truck 12V 100 Amp Chrome Conversion Kit Autolite Generator to alternator bracket Turn Signal Flasher 550 3 Pin 12 volt Delco CS130 Alternator DA plug

Dodge Chrysler Plymouth Studebaker Packard Jeep Autolite Alternator Bracket.

Bracket mounts alternator in the same location as the original Autolite generator the large U shape connects the bracket on the engine, small U is the mounting point for the alternator.
Made in USA.

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flasher unit 3 pin,
Delco CS130 Alternator Connector

This plug is a wiring adapter that allows easy installation of an CS130 alternator 2 wire connection when converting from a generator. this plug is designed to snap into the connector at the back of any Delco CS130 internal regulated alternators. This plug along with the output wire to your ammeter is all you need to connect up an alternator into your vehicle.

The special feature of our plug is a diode that prevents voltage from your alternator to enter your ignition system allows shutting down of your engine when using the original on-off ignition switch. This plug adaptor acts as a source of current to excite or turn on the alternator at low RPM. This plug can also be used to power dash light (charge not charge light) The white wire is connected to the L terminal of the connector.

Modern cars with alternators idle faster than the older engines, most alternators are set to turn on around 1,200 RPM, older engines idle in the 600-800 RPM range, this plug tells the alternator to turn on at low RPM.



Chevrolet Alternator bracket 1955 (2nd series ) 1962 6 Cylinder 235 261 1928-31 Ford Model A 60 Amp Alternator, 12-Volt 1937-1954 Chevy 216, 235 12 Volt Chrome Kit 1949-1953 Ford Mercury Flathead V8 12V Conversion Kit
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Chevy Alternator bracket 1955 (2nd series ) 1962 6 Cylinder 235 261 cubic inch 1928-31 Ford Model A 60 Amp Alternator, 12-Volt 1937-1954 Chevy Car 6V - 12V 100 Amp Chome Conversion Kit 1949-1953 Ford Mercury Flathead V8 12V Conversion Kit
Chevrolet Easy Fit alternator bracket fits 1955 (2nd series ) 1962 6 Cylinder 235 and 261 engines.

This bracket mounts Delco 10Si and CS series alternators to Chevrolet 235 and 261 six cylinder engines between late1955-1962.
Refer to image of 235 block for fitment

Easy Fit bracket allows pulley and belt alignment very simple.

Mounting hardware, belt tension rod and instructions included.

1 year warranty Made in USA!

Model A 1928-31 60 Amp Alternator, 12-Volt
One Wire Alternator:
Yes
Belt Type:
V-Belt
Voltage:
12 volts
Amperage:
90 amps
Finish:
Powder Coated
MFG. Part #:
82001
Belt Width:
0.625"
Regulator:
Internal

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When it comes to alternators, Powermaster has some of the best in the business. This PowerGEN alternator fits 1928-31 Fords. Alternator is one wire and has 90 max amps. Features a black powder coat finish.
  • 1 wire
  • 65 amp idle, 75 amp cruise, 90 amp top end
  • 12 volts
  • Black powder coat finish

Warranties

Powermaster's warranty is one year from the date of purchase on all street rod components, and 90 days for any component use for an off road or race application.

Powermaster will provide technical support regarding warranty claims and inquiries directly to the purchaser to help resolve any warranty claims or necessary technical support for warranty resolution. Component or components can be returned to Speedway Motors as long as the product is still under warranty.

Alternator: (63 amp 10si-63) or (100 amp CS130-100
Pulley: Standard 5/8" or 3/8"
Alternator bracket: A4953
Connection Wire: (63 amp D-3WK) or (100 amp DCS-130)
Coil: RUC15
Solenoid: up to 1950: 7-1013, post 1950; SW3
Horn Relay: HR106T

Gauge Reducer: VREG06703
Headlight relay: RLK-1

Set of instructions
1948 1953 Alternator Bracket for Ford 6 Cylinder H Series Flathead Engines. 1946-1953 Ford Car Truck Flathead V8 Alternator Bracket 1942-1948 Ford Mercury Flathead V8 Alternator, 12 Volt Borg Warner Overdrive R-10 R11 Solenoid 12 volts Remanufactured
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Alternator Bracket for Ford 6 Cylinder Flathead 1946-1953 Ford Flathead Alternator Bracket 1942-1948 Ford Mercury Flathead Alternator with mounting bracket Borg Warner Overdrive Solenoid 6 volts Reman
1948 1953 Alternator Bracket for Ford 6 Cylinder H Series Flathead Engines.

Use this precision machined steel bracket to mount an alternator on to a Ford flathead H series 6. It mounts the alternator in the same position as the stock generator so that the belts will still line up correctly,
Includes hardware.

Bracket only fits H series engines made between 1948-1953, does not fit G series engines and we do not currently have a bracket that will fit
G series engines.

Before you order, please read the installation instructions. To correctly mount this bracket you will need to
modify the 10Si alternator which involves opening the alternator and machining the rear boss and re-clocking the
housing.

Installation Instructions
1946-1953 Ford Flathead Alternator Bracket Forged Steel

Switching from a generator to a modern GM style alternator is a great upgrade for any vehicle with a 12 volt system and a flathead Ford V8. This bracket features heavy duty steel construction and is designed to work with the two narrow belt drive system of the late flathead. (It can be modified to work with a wide belt system but that will require some milling of the bracket and the alternator.*)

The alternator will still clear the carbs on a Super Dual and some triple manifolds because it mounts on the front of the bracket.

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To use this bracket on a wide belt car or truck you may need to cut approximately 1/2" to 5/8" from the wide boss on the base of the alternator. You would also need to cut a similar amount from the spacer supplied with the bracket. This must be done to get the alternator pulley to line up with the drive belt.

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1942-1948 Ford Flathead V8 Alternator, 12 Volt with bracket

1942-1948 Ford Alternator conversion replaces the original generator and voltage regulator. It comes with flathead V8 mounting bracket and 12 volt negative ground internally regulated alternator. 63 amps or optional 100 amp. Bracket is made from high quality steel ready to paint or powdercoat.

Shipped with 2 wire connection plug and choice of 3/8" or 5/8" pulley and output fuse kit

1 year warranty and Made USA

Installation Instructions
Borg Warner R-10 R-11 Overdrive Solenoid 6 Volts Remanufactured

These solenoids are typically original solenoids that have been remanufactured and fully tested in our facility. Comes with 90 day warranty.

This is the same solenoid used by all eleven of the car companies that offered the Borg Warner electric overdrive as an option from the late 1930's through the early 1960's. This solenoid will fit standard Borg Warner overdrive applications with a shaft length of 1", measured from the tip of the shaft to the edge of the alignment flange. (lay your ruler on top of the shaft and measure from the ball end to the edge of the casting). All standard overdrive-solenoids will measure 1". Wagons, convertibles and Lincoln's will measure 1.5 inches and a few odd applications will measure 1.25 inches or longer.


This solenoid fits the STANDARD 1" applications. Please check you shaft length before ordering. MEASURE SHAFT LENGTH BEFORE ORDERING TO MAKE SURE YOURS IS 1 INCH IN LENGTH.
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Solenoid wiring terminals with the solenoid in hand and the shaft facing out in front of you, the right hand terminal is number four and connects to the relay. The left hand terminal connects to the kick down switch. A small amount of solenoids had a third wire that was a ground if yours is one of those check your shop manual and it will confirm where the third wire goes. Most solenoids had screw in terminals, a few had internal connections with wires coming out of the solenoid. Wiring connections for both are the same.

When changing the solenoid we recommend always changing the seal in the transmission. This will prevent oil from entering into your new solenoid.
There is a seal in the solenoid itself that can;t be changed in the field. The seal that you can change is in the transmission where the shaft goes through.


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