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Old 24-10-2010, 16:26   #1
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Mounting Large Case Alternator on Volvo MD22P

We want to fit a large case alternator with 4" double foot (J-180) mount to our Volvo MD22P to charge the house batteries. This will replace a 1" single foot small case to charge the house batteries. The Volvo alternator forthe starting battery remains. The present domestic alternator is mounted low down on the starboard side of the engine and uses twin half inch belts.
Does anyone make a suitable bracket as a standard - preferably one that puts the alternator on the starboard side? No room to port and prefer not to go on top
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