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Old 06-16-2018, 09:18 PM   #16
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Default Re: 1965 D1100 4x4 driver/project

So it should run same rpm as the one wire 90 amp? Wasnt sure if i should measure output or what, but if thats the case I can just ensure its the same size pulley. I had the right splash guard harness custom made for a 63amp 10si at their recomendation since the gauges are rated for 65 amp(acording to them). I just dont want to cook my instruments any more than they already are. I have a week to work on it before a family road trip, no, not in this truck lol. May end up having to have the fuel, oil, and temp rebuilt if they were damaged. Fuel only ever went up to 1/4 tank when full, even with a new sender, temp responded to really hot days but usually never went more than 1/3 of the way up from C, oil was enemic at best but did come up after a few minutes of running.... Maybe they never climbed higher from too much amperage? Melted something maybe? Let me know if this sounds plausible, again -1 out of 10 here.
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