Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2003 19:45:50 +0100
From: Grunff <>
Subject: Re: c900 Alternator

Adrian wrote: > The bolt going through the alternator is about twice as long as the space > between the back of the bracket and the bulkhead. You spotted the little Swedish logic puzzle... > To get the three allen > bolts holding the bracket onto the block, the alternator realistically has > to come off (unless, of course, you *are* that double-jointed ET-lookalike?) > - which it will only do with severe application of brute force and > ignorance, to angle the alternator so the front comes clear of the bracket. Depends how patient you're feeling. If feeling very patient indeed, take it slowly and remove the allen bolts. If not, get the angle grinder out and cut the bolt. Replace from the other side ;-) > Or is it just the world's most reliable alternator? They're actually pretty good, are you sure it's not just the brush pack? -- Grunff

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