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Forum: 1957 To 1969 Full Size Fords - General Technical Discussion 04-23-2013, 09:33 PM
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Posted By DKheld
Yeah Dave - I see it. The 30A generator would...

Yeah Dave - I see it. The 30A generator would need to operate at 80% capacity at idle to keep up with the demand - that's probably on the edge.

Add electronic ignition etc and your over the top...
Forum: 1957 To 1969 Full Size Fords - General Technical Discussion 04-23-2013, 07:45 PM
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Views: 9,951
Posted By DKheld
John, It's an Arlington Products LLC bracket....

John,
It's an Arlington Products LLC bracket. Glad you mentioned the flex - had planned on getting it set then welding it together to eliminate the bolts just to make it look better. It came with 3/8...
Forum: 1957 To 1969 Full Size Fords - General Technical Discussion 04-23-2013, 06:20 PM
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Posted By DKheld
You know that's a good question. I never have...

You know that's a good question. I never have checked it so I did. Ignition on, headlights on bright, brake lights on, interior light on, A/C blower fan on high, radio on. About the only thing...
Forum: 1957 To 1969 Full Size Fords - General Technical Discussion 04-23-2013, 08:50 AM
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Posted By DKheld
Yeah - I agree - 90 amps for $400 is definitely...

Yeah - I agree - 90 amps for $400 is definitely on the steep side but that is an easy way to add 60 amps - not cheap - but easy. PowerGEN even has one that has a generator warning lamp terminal...
Forum: 1957 To 1969 Full Size Fords - General Technical Discussion 04-22-2013, 03:03 PM
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Posted By DKheld
The 1G is what I settled on (old style case - new...

The 1G is what I settled on (old style case - new internal fan style was bigger). Even so when you install the dual belt pulley on the 1G there is less than 1/4 inch clearance between the back of the...
Forum: 1957 To 1969 Full Size Fords - General Technical Discussion 04-22-2013, 10:20 AM
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Views: 9,951
Posted By DKheld
Gary - sorry - somehow I missed the reply. No -...

Gary - sorry - somehow I missed the reply.

No - not mine - snagged from the web and just listed the info given about the pic.

I have a that A/C bracket - it's the first one I bought and was going...
Forum: 1957 To 1969 Full Size Fords - General Technical Discussion 03-21-2013, 12:24 PM
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Posted By DKheld
I think you're right Dave - like the Tbird 352...

I think you're right Dave - like the Tbird 352 A/C setup (which has been a royal pain to get figured out). Pic's would definitely help.

So here's a Galaxie 332 or 352 with factory A/C. The belt...
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