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Wilson electric - Alternators that look like generators

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Wildfire, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. Wildfire
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  2. DIXON
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    Thanks for the info.
     
  3. FYI, those Napa links never work. You get a "session expired message"
     
  4. scarylarry
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    Your link is not working. What were you searching at the time or give us a part number or something. Nice piece to keep in the file for future use.
     
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  5. scarylarry
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    Never mind, I got the part # from the link WIL92013050 and searched it in the
    partspro link and found it. Thanks.
     
  6. stepchild
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    from Ohio

    interesting..could be an option...
     
  7. Phil1934
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    What's the amp rating?
     
  8. Wildfire
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    I don't know, Napa's site didn't have the specs and Wilson's site isn't open to schmucks like me - gotta be in the biz apparently.

    Hell, it could be a gennie for all I know, but it was listed under alternators.
     
  9. Phil1934
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    A little looking on NAPA shows it fits
    Allis Chalmers 1939 - 1957
    Oliver 1944 - 1953 so it would be a mislabelled generator
     
  10. Hanktharp
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    FYI- This unit is a 6 Volt, 25 amp generator used on Minneapolis Moline Equipment.
    Wilson numbers follow this form: First two numbers indicate the type of unit.
    90= Alternator, 91= Starter, 92= Generator.
    Second two numbers indicate OE manufacturer.
    01= Delco, 02= Ford, 03= Chrysler and the list goes on!
    (I sell that particualr generator for $187 as 01/2009)
     

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