It’s an 2006. Thanks for the info. I’ll check it out.What year is your truck? The stock alternator increased to 140 amps around 2010 to 2012 (I'm not certain of the date - our 2014 and our 2017 both had the 140). If yours is less that 140 and 140 would suit your needs a new one from Fuso might work?
Ok. You always have the option to mount something different then. In my Isuzu which is now Cummins powered I mounted a prestolite high amp unit that makes 60% plus of it's output at idle http://www.prestolite.com/literature/alts/FL3001_IdlePro-Flyer.pdfMy truck is a 2006. There is no vacuum pump on the alternator
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Thanks for the info. I’ll look into them.Ok. You always have the option to mount something different then. In my Isuzu which is now Cummins powered I mounted a prestolite high amp unit that makes 60% plus of it's output at idle http://www.prestolite.com/literature/alts/FL3001_IdlePro-Flyer.pdf
Thanks I’ll check it out.Call Blanchard Electric in Seattle at Boeing Field....press "shop" extension and ask for Todd....he's a whiz....I just ran over the same question for my 07.......essentially, it comes down to the plug configuration which he called an "L and R".....He said, "Hell, we can probably fit anything you want, maybe even up to 240 amps...." You might have to build a bracket or spacer.
Big Trolls desire lots of power.And that’s relevant to the OP...why?