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12 VDC Alternator to keep you going.


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Came across this today.

Now I have a use for that old down shaft lawn mower engine. LOL

This could keep the lights on.

Run the Equipment.

Recharge that truck battery when you sorta left stuff on too long and it won't start! LOL

Yep, Going to be making me one!

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Needs a few more Coodiments.

Fuse Block.

Terminal Block.

Maybe a few 15 AMP plugs.

The engine would only weigh like 35lbs.

Hell here you can by a New Briggs for $90.00! Crazy

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So far I came up with a 4hp motor with no carb. I got it to run on Propane by just sticking a tube from the Bottle into the intake port. LOL

50 Amp Alternator.

Still looking for some pulleys and a Frame to mount it on.

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So far I came up with a 4hp motor with no carb. I got it to run on Propane by just sticking a tube from the Bottle into the intake port. LOL

50 Amp Alternator.

Still looking for some pulleys and a Frame to mount it on.

White Sands is going to look like childs play when Deming goes airborne!!!

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Why not just use a pair of jumper cables from your vehicle to charge the battery?

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Sense this post started I've built two.  People keep offering me more for them then I needed them..  I have another 90 Amp Alternator here waiting for another engine to use.  Anything less then 3HP is dodgy. 

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