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General Generator Question


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Default General Generator Question

I would like to throw this out to you guys.....

Would a vintage 24v Delco-Remy generator/regulator in good condition and properly adjusted for speed/output be a viable option for occasional charging of a 24v battery bank? I would enjoy the challenge of putting something like this together with an old engine. Mike in the frozen north.
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