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    What Amperage

    What size is the stator on a K241 from a 77 210? Is it a 10 or 15 amp stator? Any way to tell?

    Also, any kind of brake conversion I can do? The drum is broken off the trans and I would prefer disc brakes.
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    Per the service manual, it's a 15 amp system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post
    Per the service manual, it's a 15 amp system.
    Okay, just wanted to know. If it was a 10 amp, I was just gonna swap it to a 15.
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    So, what size is the hole for the amp meter? I want to add a new gauge and I have no idea what the hole size is.
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    Gages are "normally" 2" Get your gage FIRST, measure, and then cut your hole. Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwmeyer View Post
    Gages are "normally" 2" Get your gage FIRST, measure, and then cut your hole. Bob
    The hole is already there. It's the hour meter hole. It's 2"?
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    I believe so, but you can verify with a tape measure. Bob
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    I'll have to do that when I get home.
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