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Diesel Engine Pulley Conversion

Has anyone out there converted their v belt pulley system on their Diesels to a serpentine belt using Cruise RO Water and Power conversion kit/www.cruiserowaterandpower.com/Home_Page.html
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We just added the Altmount serpentine belt system with Balmar 100 amp and 210 amp alternators to a Yanmar 4JH4-TE. A very professional setup with 300 amps available to the 840 AHr main bank after the engine battery has been charged by the 100 amp alternator. Their web site is altmount.com.

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Has anyone out there converted their v belt pulley system on their Diesels to a serpentine belt using Cruise RO Water and Power conversion kit/www.cruiserowaterandpower.com/Home_Page.html
That is the Electromaax kit and is top quality and easy to install. They offer them for many engines..
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