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I've finally gotten around to cleaning up some wiring from the PO and traced an oddly spliced wire all the way back to the choke. Turns out my alternator wiring isn't completely working so the PO jerryrigged it.

I'm going to go ahead and replace/upgrade the alternator instead of trying to futz with the odd one that is in there. Any suggestions on the best alternator to convert to for a carb'ed 351 W? I wouldn't mind having a little extra current to work with but I'm not looking to do anything radical.

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Stock 130 amp or greater 3g swap.
 

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Yep 3g swap is hard to beat in these trucks, easy to swap better amperage and still cheap...
 
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Has 3G 1 wire alternators. It is what I run in my broncos. No complaints. Just put their biggest one in the 92.
Comes with the harness and everything.
 

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Could you update the pic on your first post about the blue line or whatever? Seems like the pic is broken


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Yeah as soon as the pic hosting site is back up to normal, I will update it and try to find old pics and replace what I can’t find.


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