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BBB Industries
1993 Mack RW Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-2EB1D09    90-04-7039  New

Qty:
$40.00 $176.02
BBB Industries Alternator
  • ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; Reman Alternator Leece Neville, (J-Mount)160A 12 Volt
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1993 - Mack RW EM7-L - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
1996 Mack MS300T Mid-Liner Alternator 6 Cyl 6.2L BBB Industries

P311-0F76AD7    90-01-4724N  New

Qty:
$329.65
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator 28SI Replacement OE Type Delco 12 Volt 200 Amp J-Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
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Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Mack MS300T Mid-Liner MIDR06.02.26 L 6 Cyl 6.2L 377 -
BBB Industries
1996 Mack MS300T Mid-Liner Alternator 6 Cyl 6.2L BBB Industries

P311-593D9DA    90-01-4723N  New

Qty:
$316.65
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator 28SI Replacement OE Type Delco 12 Volt 200 Amp Pad Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Mack MS300T Mid-Liner MIDR06.02.26 L 6 Cyl 6.2L 377 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-3455B22    90-01-4270N  New

Qty:
$163.52
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator Delco, 22SI, 145A 12 Volt J-Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-278A50C    90-01-4270  New

Qty:
$30.00 $120.83
BBB Industries Alternator
  • ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; Reman Alternator Delco, 22SI, 145A 12 Volt J-Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-1FB65F4    90-01-4720N  New

Qty:
$325.98
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator 28SI Replacement OE Type Delco 12 Volt 180 Amp Pad Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2005 Mack RB Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-4FB81EB    90-01-4511N  New

Qty:
$317.84
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator 35SI HP Type w/J-180 Mount w/Remote Sense OE Type Delco 12 Volt 140 Amp
Brand: BBB Industries
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Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Mack RB EM7 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2005 Mack RB Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-5E87E59    90-01-4511  New

Qty:
$80.00 $220.04
BBB Industries Alternator
  • ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; Reman Alternator 35SI HP Type w/J-180 Mount w/Remote Sense OE Type Delco 12 Volt 140 Amp
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Mack RB EM7 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-0E182BA    90-05-9295N  New

Qty:
$265.69
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator Motorola w/Quad Pad Mount 12 Volt 160 Amp 8LHP Series
Brand: BBB Industries
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Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-39D15F4    90-05-9295  New

Qty:
$40.00 $174.60
BBB Industries Alternator
  • ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; Reman Alternator Motorola w/Quad Pad Mount 12 Volt 160 Amp 8LHP Series
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2015 Mack CHU Alternator 6 Cyl 12.8L BBB Industries

P311-0E2FE78    90-01-4577N  New

Qty:
$182.56
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator Delco, 24SI, Quad Pad, HP 12 Volt 160 Amp
Brand: BBB Industries
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Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Mack CHU MP8 - 6 Cyl 12.8L 783 -
BBB Industries
2015 Mack CHU Alternator 6 Cyl 12.8L BBB Industries

P311-593D9DA    90-01-4723N  New

Qty:
$316.65
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator Delco, 28SI, Quad Pad 12 Volt 200 Amp Pad Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Mack CHU MP8 - 6 Cyl 12.8L 783 -
BBB Industries
2003 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-32034E0    90-29-5430  New

Qty:
$50.00 $327.91
BBB Industries Alternator
  • ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; Reman Alternator w/J-180 Mount OE Type Denso 12 Volt 130 Amp with D+ Terminal (Lamp)
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Mack RD EM7 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-5CBA486    90-01-4393N  New

Qty:
$181.49
BBB Industries Alternator
  • NEW ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; New Alternator DR 22SI, Pad Mtg, 145A OE Type Delco 12 Volt Pad Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-0A56CEB    90-01-4393  New

Qty:
$30.00 $137.89
BBB Industries Alternator
  • ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; Reman Alternator DR 22SI, Pad Mtg, 145A OE Type Delco 12 Volt Pad Mount
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -
BBB Industries
2007 Mack RD Alternator 6 Cyl 11.9L BBB Industries

P311-5301AFE    90-01-4329  New

Qty:
$60.00 $231.35
BBB Industries Alternator
  • ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR
  • ; Reman Alternator DR 34SI, Pad Mtg, 135A, Std. Version OE Type Delco 12 Volt
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mack RD AMI-300 - 6 Cyl 11.9L 728 -

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1981 dodge D150 charging

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Question From toolman0007 on 1981 dodge D150 charging

I have a 1981 dodge D150 318 . having charging issues, given the history on this system, looking to mack some changes.
I know of one upgrade that can be done, using the existing system keeping the voltage regulator. I would like to take it one step further. will this work....replace alternator with self contained regulator, then at the factory voltage reg. take the two wires going to it and just connect the two together and and trash the old regulator. as well the AMP gage will be replaced with VOLT meter and two new fuse links at the starter relay, which are things recommended as part of the upgrade. apparently dodge vehicles in that time period, with the charge system they had. was prone to having fires
so what do you think will this work, I'm like 80% sure

Response From Tom Greenleaf

No, you will be making/risking fires changing it. OE some Mopar alts used to eat brushes, the external ones are cheap and easy without even taking alternator off. Why mess with it?


T

Response From toolman0007

tom you ask why, because the newer alternator systems with built in regulators are much more reliably. and to be honest to swap out a diode tree in an alt really doesn't take that much time. I have never really seen that many fail.
I have done the same on several old farm All tractors. going from 6 volt to 12 volt and doing away with the external voltage reg. they haven't had one issue since the conversion. and it's been two years now with out the need for a charge or a jump

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Do anything you want, it's your truck. There's no problem known to me with the plain stuff for 1981 and even older.


Alts both have diode trios or would be generators from the 50's!
Regulator, $17 bucks........
/
Those are sealed in goo not like some older open and could get hot but were on firewalls and no problem to any I knew?


Alternator, $44 bucks.......
/


Easy al already said. Amps or volt meter. Volt meter is enough. If volts drop with electric items on below norms you know the amps are too low pretty much.


Why mess with old wiring for stuff that all together is cheaper than a dang relay on some things, works fine.


I used to keep a new regulator for these as easier to plug in new one then find test jump wire to test. Leave it if solved, get another for the next. Cheaper than tools and you couldn't finish a coffee in the time to be done.


Those are the common ones. Others more bucks but either way I think you are poking a bee's nest asking for troubles to mess with what works well enough, heck it's a 1981 and your still using it!


T

Response From toolman0007

Tom it's my brothers truck in Texas. and it's in very good condition, and it will be a round for quite awhile. I do get what your saying. but I can send you all kinds of documentation that shows the issue with not just this truck but other dodges in that time period. I am just seeking conformation, on what I have proposed, and want to know if it will work.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Again, your call. You asked if changing it "would" work. If done exactly yes. The system I showed did seem to fail more often but easier to deal with and the box for the parts cost more than the contents. The skinny of it is this is a wasted effort IMO.


Some older items did have a warm to hot asbestos coated resistance wire but the new one just plugged in same size, same two or three bolts. One was enough if it stayed put.


If any spikes are noticed this era wouldn't tell you but you might see it on volt gauge and strange that light bulbs were blowing too much all just a fault in that regulator that lasted forever or not seemingly without clear reason.


I just looked for an older type replacement that was hot to the touch and was the newer type was identical to one that should have come in this truck. Back is just jello like this.......
/
The other heat maker was always in porcelain and mounted on metal but newer replacements also in a gel. Those were common to fail. The ballast resistor to reduce voltage to coils while running............
/
OK - Always your call as it in your hands to decide this stuff worked fine and in finding pics are still in stock items. No fire issues ever noted by me and said "ME" not the world of them.


More: If this stays between 13.5 to 14.5v or real close while running it's good.


More II: If this truck isn't near you and you are just worrying about it after 31 years to be altered by someone else that's nuts IMO as there is no reason except ignoring some ongoing problem or the bad luck of some strange something? Fix the strange something if so.


Common sense says leave it alone as designed. Same set up was used in about all Mopars for ages without much trouble. If you found at this age some common problem all of a sudden an issue that wasn't when they were knew it's got to be a hoax.


Messing up wiring is the problem and more likely to cause issues than leaving this alone as designed. Carry spares if worried about failures underway.


BTW - great drivetrain for all I knew. 318s were tough iron horse engines from the get go on about all of that block,


T

Response From toolman0007

this can be closed as anything connected to it has been dealt with and resolved
thanks

Response From Hammer Time

I reopened this so you can post the final resolution before closing it.

Response From toolman0007

ok going over this truck it being my brothers. going to leave the external voltage regulator. how ever going through the system and adding fuse links and up grading many connections as well as a Amp gauge change to a volt gauge. another change is a GM distributor module mounted externally, as that will be replacing the old dodge factory distributor module allowing for removal of the ballast resistor from the system. this change has improved how it runs and is getting a little better mpg now.

Response From Hammer Time

another change is a GM distributor module mounted externally, as that will be replacing the old dodge factory distributor module allowing for removal of the ballast resistor from the system. this change has improved how it runs and is getting a little better mpg now.

That's interesting. Care to elaborate on what parts you used and how you spliced it in? I though Chrysler was using that external module with the triangle shaped plug and a transistor in the middle.

Response From toolman0007

http://duster318.freeservers.com/tech/hei.html


above is the link to what was done

Response From Hammer Time

We normally don't allow links but we'll leave that one. I made it live and clickable.

I'll leave this unlocked for a while in case anybody else want s to comment.

Response From toolman0007

dully noted on the link. you wanted me to elaborate thought that was the best way. LOL

Response From Hammer Time

I realize that........

Response From Discretesignals

Pretty interesting set up. That looks like redneck engineering in those pictures. Could have done a lot better quality work installing that.

This module isn't going to last long seeing how it needs a heat sink to dissipate the heat. It might have a hard time with paint and not being on a flat surface.

Response From toolman0007

yes this is not how the one was put in my brothers truck. mounted on a good raised aluminum plate on the fire wall.

Response From Hammer Time

That link is no longer any good.

Locking this now as closed.

Response From toolman0007

ok

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Done at your request, T