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Im needing to install an alternator on my 49 cub. Can you guys post some install pics with part numbers that you guys used? Thanks
Here you go. viewtopic.php?f=140&t=66986
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Anybody have pics of Clint Carter's brackets or how they look installed on a cub?
Anybody used a Denso alternator?
The Delco alt was what IH used on the new International cubs, they fit fine under the hood
The part # is there for the Alt. I would not use a Denso alt. But that is just my opinion. At $50 plus core charge the Delco single wire is hard to beat, also comes with a life time warranty from NAPA . Clints brackets look very good and has a professional look.
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I recently put a Delco 10SI alternator on a '48 using the notes on the site. I made my own bracket though. It's a "stacked flat bar" with tabs style that I have seen on here a couple of times (and here I thought I was being original).
Hopefully here in a couple of weeks I'll have the hood on for good and can get that baby spinnin' !
And as far as part numbers. I guess I did get some from the how to articles. But I just went to my local auto parts house and told the guy I needed a 1 wire 10SI alternator. Told him a reman unit was fine as it wasn't going on a new tractor . And just told him I needed a 12V coil with internal resistor. He had to call someone to get a number for that one, but he had it.
'48 Cub 12V Conversion, Zenith Carb, Electronic Ignition
Unless you already have the Denso alternator, don't go out specifically looking for one.
There are two popular choices:
1. Delco 10SI
2. Hitachi 14231
The Hitachi is a much easier fit IIRC, requiring only a chunk of 3/8" threaded rod, and no modifications to the mounting bracket other than reaming the holes. Only thing is it's a little more $$$ and harder to find at auto parts stores.
http://www.cleancomputes.com/Cub/Mainte ... 014231.htm
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