HenryJ wrote:I hope to get one in and see if it is a better build. The one that I have is just too loose to perform well while hot. The junk yard alternator does a better job.
I still have this one in the garage as my spare. It really works GREAT.HenryJ wrote:I picked up a Delphi AD244 130A alternator at the salvage yard for $50. It was off of a 2002 Suburban 1500 with a flex fuel 5.3L engine.
HenryJ wrote:Knowing what I know now. I would buy a genuine AC Delco AD244 130 or 140 amp alternator. For an application I used a 2001 Suburban with the 5.3L and high output alternator.
I am currently running a NAPA# 1N-4801 HO , 200 amp alternator.HenryJ wrote:I was able to spend some time with the representatives of NAPA rotary today. One valuable thing that I learned is that they have an HO line. Take any part number and add HO to the end of it to check availability. They appear to be competitively priced close to the dollar per amp rule.
HenryJ wrote:Purchased at Autozone part number 4060960
dozer1530 wrote:ok do what else do i need beside the alternator
HenryJ wrote:Be sure to use the Gatorback belt.HenryJ wrote:Purchased at Autozone part number 4060960
Nothing noticeable.dozer1530 wrote:did you loose and gas millage and or power using your 200 amp??
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