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Massey Ferguson 135 alternator
|Wayne Webb||I was told that if my 135 has a 'one wire' alternator, I could install a single wire GM alternator on it. My tractor is about a '72 model. What GM alternator would you recommend?
|Butch||I would call John Brillman at the Brillman compny a call. Ask him to send you his tractor electical catalog also.
He has reworked single wire alternators with low kick-on speeds.
Google The Brillman Company
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