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1971 3G alternator conversion
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Planning on a 3G alternator conversion on my 71. With aftermarket air I find that I require an electric fan to improve the AC performance & just not enough power with the 40 amp that I currently have. Pros?? Cons?
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Worked great for me and I did a rear battery relocation and run electric fans and aftermarket AC as well. Very easy job, just use the proper gauge wire and fuse the set up.

If you have idiot lights there is a way to make them work, but I'm the wrong one to figure that out or explain it

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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