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66 C10 voltage regulator hardware #1330416 Sat Oct 19 2019 12:41 AM
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ESum Offline OP
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Does anyone have a source for the rubber isolators with the nut in them that was used to attach the regulator to the core support? Also what exactly where they called?


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Re: 66 C10 voltage regulator hardware [Re: ESum] #1330421 Sat Oct 19 2019 01:19 AM
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I bought them new. Likely from Classic Parts. I do not recall what they were called but they were in the catalog.


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Re: 66 C10 voltage regulator hardware [Re: ESum] #1330423 Sat Oct 19 2019 01:41 AM
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They are called Wellnuts.


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Re: 66 C10 voltage regulator hardware [Re: ESum] #1330440 Sat Oct 19 2019 07:15 AM
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Time to switch to a 10Si alternator. Bolt on replacement. No more voltage regulator. You have a 10DN. No reason to continue with it.


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Re: 66 C10 voltage regulator hardware [Re: ESum] #1330593 Mon Oct 21 2019 12:08 AM
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Thanks for the replys


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