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Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 07-21-2019
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Posted By Dieselbird01
The yellow, green and red wires were for an...

The yellow, green and red wires were for an external voltage regulator.
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 07-14-2019
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Posted By Dieselbird01
I think I see #3 - must have had a little more...

I think I see #3 - must have had a little more energy than the other two. :)
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 06-25-2019
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Posted By Dieselbird01
Too bad you don't need 24 to 29 volts. John...

Too bad you don't need 24 to 29 volts. John Redden and I bought a Model C706 CE NIEHOFF 300 AMP 28 VOLT ALTERNATOR with an A2-321 Voltage Regulator - New Old Stock in its original shipping container...
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 06-24-2019
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Posted By Dieselbird01
For what it's worth, I followed the normal...

For what it's worth, I followed the normal procedure and flashed the field on my Delco with the ignition off. That didn't work so I repeated the procedure with the engine running (alternator...
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 06-24-2019
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Posted By Dieselbird01
Hi Andy, My experience aligns with Fred's,...

Hi Andy,

My experience aligns with Fred's, Shane's, Gardner's and apparently yours (from your comment above) - at least as far as Wanderlodge alternators go.

The alternator in my 84 1/2 PT-36...
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 07-16-2018
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Posted By Dieselbird01
Hi Andy, Love the picture attachments but...

Hi Andy,

Love the picture attachments but some of your larger "imbedded" pictures aren't fitting on the page properly. :)

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=156
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 05-01-2018
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Posted By Dieselbird01
Just an FYI - there have been at least a couple...

Just an FYI - there have been at least a couple of cases where a new fan motor rotated the opposite direction of the original fan motor.
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 05-01-2018
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Views: 74,213
Posted By Dieselbird01
Nice job on the panel Andy. A constant 195...

Nice job on the panel Andy.

A constant 195 degrees (with the fan on high) sounds about 20 degrees too high though... unless you were climbing a mountain the whole time.
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