The Logic is ....it would be a lot easier to change when eventually it goes unservicable... just like a filter
The engines out..it would be no more difficult to relocate.. if I can source the relevent bracket and belt than to fit it in the original position..
belt length..tension.. and pulley/belt contact length have been considered...
ooo will i have to connect wires to it?? (never thought of that?)
I like making things..
I'm a retired aerospace engineer..
it's my hobby..
in my younger days I used to find changing an aircraft engine.. on an aircraft carrier..in the middle of the north atlantic..in winter.. a bit of a *****...
I would rather not get into a philosophical discourse centered around the relevance of the rhetorical logos..
the original question was...which, if any models were fitted with an alternator in this location??
Last edited by jonsnapart; 28-07-10 at 07:57.