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B1 voltage regulator

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Ketchamized
Tom, Napa? Are these voltage regulators used in older automobiles? It looks like I'll have to check out the local NAPA store and see what they carry in terms of interchangeable tractor compotents.

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Tom_Byrne
Erick, Yup, got it at NAPA! It's a Deco-Remy part, used in lots of different applications. As I recall, all I needed was part number. They had just sold the last one but got me another by the next day.

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ReedS
While Tom is correct that it is a delco-remy and they were used in tons of applications, be careful to get the correct one for the starter/generator, as they are slightly different from the automotive 30 amp generator regulators. You need to watch your output from one of these s/g units as anything above 10 amps can lead to failure of the generator side of the unit. These units are not fan cooled and can build up heat rather quickly, I have one my shelf with a blue (heat discolored) armature due to an incorrect regulator (installed by a p/o) it looked like all the insulation was melted off the windings as well. Just my 2 cents.

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