Author Topic: Wrong alternator...correct fan and pulley? and restoring tips  (Read 591 times)

Gimmea250swb

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My car's been down at my dad's house (near the beach) for a year in storage.  The restoration is a bit old too.  I'm taking some time to freshen up the engine bay.  I pulled the alternator tonight...

69 Z/28.

Alternator number: 1100693, 6E3 build date...anybody want to trade alternators?  I know...long shot!

Are the pulley or fan correct for a z/28?  I see no numbers on them.

How should I clean them up?  There's some rust showing.  I was thinking evaporust or bead blasting and the Eastwood Tin Zinc plating.  Any thoughts?

What's the finish of the alternator mounting bracket bolts and hose clip?  Phosphate and oil?

Thanks!!!


Jonesy

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Re: Wrong alternator...correct fan and pulley? and restoring tips
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2022, 03:01:03 PM »
Fan and pulley look to be correct.
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David K

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Re: Wrong alternator...correct fan and pulley? and restoring tips
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2022, 05:24:06 PM »
What build date are your seeking for your alternator?