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Is there a way to fit an alternator for one vehicle into another

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So I have a 270amp Mechman alt for my RAV4 that never got installed. I totalled it a few years ago  but I still have the alt. Any way I could build or buy a bracket or something to fit it into my Jeep now.?

HU: Pioneer AVH x5800BHS SP Amp: AQ 120.4 Front SP: Hertz Hsk 165 Rear SP: DD cxs 6.5 SW Amp: Crescendo BC2000d SW 2 DC level 3 12" Electrical: Stock alt for now XS D2400 XS D3400 Knukonceptz Kolossus Second skin damplifier

On 8/8/2012 at 4:50 PM, Brandon15zzz said:

I heard he actually graduated college with a 4.0 gpa. Seems pretty gangster.

On 8/29/2012 at 12:25 AM, ILoveBass21 said:

he could blow a sub powering it with a potato.

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Hey welcome back!


Maybe? You'd need a bracket that both allows it to fit space wise, and provides the same alignment of the pulley. Pulley would also need to be compatible regarding number of grooves.


Then there's the wiring bit, which varies from car to car. Assuming thr regulator tech used is the same, and the charge warning light tech is the same then imyou could make an adapter plug


I'd shoot mechman a note and see what the cost of recasing the thing is


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