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Old 07-31-2009
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Link for a 4.0L 130 amp alternator (For those interested)

Was looking aroudn for a heavy duty alternator.. and found this one:

http://www.motorcityreman.com/92ra2.html


Free shipping, NEW, not refurbished.. not a bad price at all!

For those of you running lots of lights, big sound systems, or winching and needing less drag on the battery - this is what you need!
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I'd rather go with that 250 amp. Haha
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Do you have to upgrade the wiring?
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Do you have to upgrade the wiring?
Just buy some 2 gauge or 0 gauge Welders cord and the ends for it over at http://www.delcity.net/ Upgrade it while your there, Run new lines and stuff - hell, maybe even think about running a second battery down the road while your at it
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thatg would be nice. ill have to add this to the ranger to do list
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You can also use the 130 amp alternator from an explorer and get it at you local autoparts store (napa or oreilly's).
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What years of explorer would you have to order to get a 130 amp at a napa store?

Will i need a new belt with a 130 A or is the wheel the same size
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The pulley is exactly the same. The alternator is physically larger but not a problem to fit.

As for the year 97+ but must have the SOHC engine as I think the OHV alternator is a little different.
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