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Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 04.09.2007, 07:49

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Postby Dave Eds » Tue 04.09.2007, 07:51

geoffsmith wrote:
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Didn't want to totally confuse Ailwyn 'til the money has cleared :roll:

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Postby muley » Fri 07.09.2007, 16:23

Ailwyn,

I've paid you the delivery fees that I've received from Gazza, Russ C, Mark V and Chris T,


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Postby chris.t » Sat 08.09.2007, 07:45

thanks for organising and delivering the alternator. Good seller definately use again 100% feedback

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Postby markv » Tue 18.12.2007, 22:22

Well I finally got my alternator fitted, and it's great to see the voltmeter at a steady 14+V, even with everything electrical I can think of switched on. Makes a change from 12.5V falling rapidly to 10V, and a year of flat batteries. So thanks Ailwyn for organising this.

On the first drive in the dark after fitting, I thought the main beams were permanently on, before I realised that I'd never seen the headlight beams shining that brightly before!

P.S., I retained my old alternator. Is it worth getting it rewound/repaired, or should I throw it away?
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Postby Paul.P » Tue 18.12.2007, 23:01

markv wrote:Well I finally got my alternator fitted, and it's great to see the voltmeter at a steady 14+V, even with everything electrical I can think of switched on. Makes a change from 12.5V falling rapidly to 10V, and a year of flat batteries. So thanks Ailwyn for organising this.

On the first drive in the dark after fitting, I thought the main beams were permanently on, before I realised that I'd never seen the headlight beams shining that brightly before!

P.S., I retained my old alternator. Is it worth getting it rewound/repaired, or should I throw it away?


Mark, definitely worth giving it to someone that refurbs them & seeing what they would charge to do it ?
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Postby ailwyn » Wed 19.12.2007, 10:06

Mark,

Glad it worked out well and happy to finally have some feedback :lol:

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Postby markv » Thu 20.12.2007, 00:34

Paul.P wrote:
markv wrote:....I retained my old alternator. Is it worth getting it rewound/repaired, or should I throw it away?


Mark, definitely worth giving it to someone that refurbs them & seeing what they would charge to do it ?


I wouldn't know where to go to. Can anyone recommend someone I can ring or somewhere I can take the alternator in or around Berkshire?
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Postby Gazza » Thu 23.10.2014, 19:14

ailwyn wrote:Good, Bad, and Good news.

Good news is the alternators are all in stock
Bad news is three of them have the wrong pulley (V-shaped track not straight) - who want's these ones? :-D
Good news, the guy is going to swap the pulleys on the three alternators next week and they should be ready for collection next Saturday :-D

Ailwyn


How comes it looks like I still ended up with a V-shaped pulley :smt102
I take it you can just swap your original pulley when you fit this new one?

Just put mine on e-bay as no longer required now car has gone :(

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