Alternator bracket Mitsubishi upgrade.

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Alternator bracket Mitsubishi upgrade.

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Hi everyone.I am gathering the bits to do the Mitsubishi alternator upgrade on my Interceptor 111.I am in need of the bracket for it and was hoping maybe someone might have one.Thanks Lea.
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Dave Pearce at Oil Rag Classics sells them. Scroll to the bottom of the page!
https://oilyragclassics.co.uk/category/parts/
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Hi Phil.
Thanks for the reply.Sorry I should of said I have asked Dave at Oily Rags,but unfortunately he doesn’t have any.
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There are plenty of aftermarket brackets available. Just google it. :)
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to the right of this photo are some more of the bracket and bolt Wallace made to fit mine. https://www.joc.org.uk/Interceptor_Mk_1 ... 72.html#84

hope this helps.
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Thanks guys for the info.
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Lea..I have one here, I can draw round it onto a piece of brown paper and post it to you if you wish..you could then get it scanned and laser cut/water jet cut out of stainless which is a nice material if they are cutting it for you :wink:
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Hi Grant.That would be very helpful.Just let me know when you have done it and I will message you my address.Thanks,Lea.
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Lea Phillips wrote: Fri Apr 09, 2021 5:41 pm Hi Grant.That would be very helpful.Just let me know when you have done it and I will message you my address.Thanks,Lea.
Yes sure..I'll go and do it now for you Lea :wink:
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All done already for you LeaImage >>>>
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PM me your address and I will put it in the postal run on Monday Lea Ok, alternatively I could go on Manual method>>Image
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Seems like a lot of work/time/expense for a part that is readily available aftermarket! :)
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Also, if you scan the bracket, then someone else prints at 100%, these days the measurements should be preserved. You could put a couple of rulers on the scanner for good measure. I like the post method though :D. Sadly no cup of tea with the postman these days!
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