so i picked up a 3g alt at crazy rays in baltimore last week and i want to have it on before i start pushing snow i have almost everything i need but i cant figure out how to reclock this thing to save my life every forum thread ive read says something different. anyone have any insight or is in the baltimore area i could swing by this week help a friend out?
HI! Keep checking back here....Charlie (Chapter Leader/ DustyBumpers) I believe would be able to help you. He's outside working on one of his trucks now, but he'll be by shortly to check in. I'm sure he'll leave you some info.... I think he just did this same thing in one of his trucks.
Pull off the pully.
turn it over, remove the 3 screws
turn the back to where you want it. If it dont turn, you have to pry in the center to loosen it, don't let it open more than 1/4", or you will have to re--set the burshes.
Put the 3 screws back in
put the pully back on.
use an impact to remove the pully. Hold the pully in a leather glove, and impact the bolt
If you want me to do it, bring it on by.
I fooled around with pully size, and found the smallest works best for me. That 3G upgrade, and the electric fans is the best upgrades EVER for my old truck
Originally Posted by tjc transport
Charlie would have hit me with the T-800, and kept on driving away while laughing his *** off.
Charlie slackmaster #26
"A common mistake people make when trying to design something completely fool proof, is to underestimate the ingenuity of a complete fool."
now that is deffinately the explenation i like i can do that!!!! now whats this about pulley size? should i change it i figured using the pulley off the old alternator would be the necesary thing to do any how? i may be wrong. electric fans are deff next though as it is a plow truck!! thanks charlie!
haha funny u say home i am currently living in baltimore. i work at apple ford in columbia its alot of highway driving for me in the big brown rust bucket but i make it everyday. so im not sure where i would want my pulley size but i also would want to maintain a fair amount of power at idle and low rpm due to being a plow truck, and the fact that i just scored a york ac compressor today from crazy rays in mt airy.
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