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I am debating weather to by a stock alternator or the one wire alternator, I have heard mixed reviews on the one wire alternator, any one have one?
 

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Put one in a 68. Eliminated a lot of wiring and did a better job of regulating the voltage, especially at idle.

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Zach;

Get a 105 amp "CS" alternator!!! I put one in my 64 wagon and it's fantastic!

If you go to the "technical reference" section of this site, under "alternator conversions", you will find all the information.

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This is very easy and reliable setup. I've done several cars and jeeps. Mid eighties V8s alternators work well.
Good Luck
Michael

[This message has been edited by Mike 66 Malibu (edited 02-24-99).]
 

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I have an East Coast one wire. Works great and supplys a lot more power. My friend has one too. I highly recommend one.
 

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Zach,
I agree with the above. Put a CS 105 amp in my 65 SS Coupe with factory air and dual electric cooling fans. It maintains good voltage even at idle. You can eliminate some extra wire clutter too. I changed the one wire to a # 10 and tied it directly to the + terminal. If you give me your fax # I'll send you the fact sheet for it.
mgg
 
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