Re: 1953 Ford Voltage regulator help

Don't waste your time with vibrator relay voltage regulators. Convert system to 12 volt alternator with transistorized regulator, preferably integral. If the wiring is still good, you can use the old wiring. Replace
the coil and lamps, use dropping resistors for the instruments and buy a new radio. Install a 12 v. battery. Old starter will work just fine.
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On Thu, 21 May 2009 02:31:01 +0200 (CEST), George Orwell

Nothing wrong with keaping it original either - the old tech works if properly set up. And if you switch to 12 volts, do it RIGHT. Use solid state regulators, not dropping resistors for the instruments - and do the same for the stock radio
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