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Old 05-15-2008, 06:29 PM
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alternator conversion....

..... is finally complete! Not that it took that long (I tend to drag my feet when im frustrated) So my 239 is completely converted and running a 3 wire ford alt. Cant wait till this fall/winter to put my carbs, intake, heads and exhaust on
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can you run the alternator in the stock position with your dual carbs? I know some intakes you can and some you can't.
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im not sure yet, i have a lot more room but ill have to hold the supere dual up and have a look see sometime
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Thats great. I'd sure like to see a picture of it. I will be doing the same to my 239. Ralph.
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Thats great. I'd sure like to see a picture of it. I will be doing the same to my 239. Ralph.
Ill take some pics when i get some time in the next couple of days or so. Im going ina million diferent directions at the moment. Between work and polishing the super dual and my eddie heads and my timing cover and painting my house and finishing my garage...... I wish there were a few more hours in a day
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