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What's the going rate for your kit?The Delco may be made in Mexico, so at least you can claim North American. Mitsubishi has alternator manufacturing in the US, Japan, etc.... Most of the Cummins engine castings occur outside of the US, majority being India and Brazil, etc, but, the oarts are finished and engine assembled in the target market country where they are sold. Over 50% of Cummins product is sold outside of the US. They are truly a genuine global company. Japan quality is on the opposite end of the spectrum as Chinese.
The Delco's I have are on clearance and $100 less than the 130A unit until stock is gone. Only a few left. Yes, even the Chinese Delco clone is way better than the stock alternator. You can close the hood, remove the volt meter, and shut the truck down in any switch order with no over-volt. How it should have been from the beginning.
Don't forget what I am in need of for my boat !!!
I have a buyer that paid and I don't believe I have his ship-to address. Took on a load of orders all at once so did not check specifics. I need to get his sorted out, as it has been 2-3 weeks already now, and it may be my fault, so I feel bad about it. Have emailed and PM'd him. Will refund 10% for the delay, apology.
Nice!!!!LOL, No I won't forget.
The Delco unit is awesome.
Alternator and new bracket were very well packaged.
Will have to paint new bracket later. Was too cold and I needed truck fixed asap.
M925A2 was hooked up to my M989A1 and parked in a very inconvenient spot when old alternator fried. Literally.
Didnt want to start truck without new alternator in place.
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Wish I did this a long time ago.
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