Replacing alternator

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gltriker
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Re: Replacing alternator

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Perfect 🙂
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Re: Replacing alternator

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Greetings Sidecar Bob and Dirty Dave. Thanks for the great info on replacing the stator in my '84. I'm gathering all the info members have shared and getting up the courage to pull the engine and do the operation. This will be my winter project. And winter is coming quickly in the NE corner of Washington state. Rubber down.
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