Paul Dorsey wrote:
> TeriAnn et al,
> Are narrower pulleys always required for alternator conversions?
Obviously not since I'm ebaying a wide belt pulley made for an
alternator. I had converted my TR3 over to narrow belt in '98, almost 7
years before I converted to an alternator. I bought a way too expensive
alternator conversion kit (alternator with wide belt pulley, alternator
mounting brackets & dummy voltage regulator). Then I had to buy a
narrow belt pulley.
> Does Lucas still exist?
It was purchased by TRW who has since licensed the name out to several
different manufacturers. There is some real junk electrical bits out
there being manufactured with the Lucas name these days.
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