Alternator rebuilds


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DaRamblerman
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Alternator rebuilds

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Just saw this on my F/B Goldwing parts feed...He rebuilds 1500 and 1800 alts.. http://myplace.frontier.com/~hemi-roid/ ... dw5uRD44tg



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Re: Alternator rebuilds

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He has been around for years. Very good place to go if you need a replacement alternator or have one that you need to have repaired.
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Re: Alternator rebuilds

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:) at least it is good info.

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Re: Alternator rebuilds

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I recently had to have the alternator rebuilt on my 90 SE by our local rebuilder. They were very familiar with the unit (recognized it before I told them what it was) and I think reasonable on price - $85 with a new regulator.
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