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PTO, AC pump air compression, alternator AC Generator.

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by incognyto, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. incognyto

    incognyto Registered Member

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    Strange couple of question's here I couldn't find using the search engine, on the forum's here. /forums/images/graemlins/peace.gif

    1. How hard and expensive would Power Take Off be to
    put into a 203 205 or 208 gm T-case?

    2. Can you use stoke ac pump's to compress air and how
    much psi do you think you could get out of it? 90?

    3. Can an alternator have the Rectifier taken out of it
    to generate 115 to 125 Volts AC??

    A few good one's I hope some smart people have some answer's too Thanks you very much! /forums/images/graemlins/1zhelp.gif
     
  2. cybrfire

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    1. How hard and expensive would Power Take Off be to
    put into a 203 205 or 208 gm T-case?



    It's not hard at all to put a PTO box on the side of a transfer case. It is hard to find space to put a shaft on it and actually hook it to something.



    2. Can you use stoke ac pump's to compress air and how
    much psi do you think you could get out of it? 90?



    You can use a stock AC compressor to compress air but it will burn up. The Freon that is in these systems is the lubricant. Take that out and it will not last. I have heard of people running oilers on them and having some luck but I think that is all it is, LUCK!



    3. Can an alternator have the Rectifier taken out of it
    to generate 115 to 125 Volts AC??


    You can modify an alternator to put out more voltage. From what I have read it is not so uncommon to install a Ford type alternator with external regulator. Then it is just a matter of bypassing the regulator to get higher voltages.


    Here's a couple links for you.

    http://www.pirate4x4.com/tech/on-boardwelder/index.html

    http://www.onboardair.com/
     

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