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Date Posted:09/01/2014 12:24:14Copy HTML

I may need a 24v feed on my Rb but it has 12v any ideas how this can be done I was thinking of getting the parts of a Rb that runs a 24v system don't no if it would be as easy as it sounds any thoughts
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Re:24v

Date Posted:10/01/2014 12:16:33Copy HTML

 if you were to get a 24v alternator and rig it under your alternator you can then pop two batteries togfther to make 24v and bobs ya uncle, am sure Johns (JFB350 forum name) RB44 has a extra alternator, maybe it was someone elses but the radio bodied RB's did have 12v main and 24v for FFR via a big 24v alternator.

at least this is what my brain is telling me, some of the above might just be an invention of my own imagination

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