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Old 08-04-2019, 05:21 PM   #1
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Alternator

Can anyone tell me how to findout what alternator i have in my coach? The tag on the alternator has black over spray on it and it's hard to read. I can make out that it's a leece neville 200amp M/N looks like "A001488JB" tried to google but no luck so i'm assuming i'm missing numbers. the coach is a 2003 holiday rambler Navigator with a 500HP ISM Cummins.
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A0014884JB
On my 500 hp
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Quite a common Alternator
My rebuilder in Columbus keeps them in stock.
New and rebuilt.
City, municiple maintenance parts guy usually has them.

I ordered a new one from a big truck parts store.
NAPA got me one also for a grain truck.

Finditparts
4state truck parts
A few sources
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