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Old 08-22-2010, 07:19 PM
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94 jimmy stuffed with a 350 v8 love it

Hey guys, I started a project for my son, Doing a V8 swap on a jimmy. It really is a project. I managed to jump all the obstacles pretty cheap. But one thing I will be coming to is the alternator, I want to be able to plug in an alternator for a V8 with the stock V6 harness. My 94 GMC full size pick up does not have the same plug. Anybody else done this? Any suggestions?

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Why not just use the 4.3 alternator?
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I just did a Z28 TPI 305 swap on my G/Fs 94 Jimmy, this is the build thread: 85 Z28 to 94 Jimmy, TPI 305 swap, IT RUNS, Video too!!! , might be some good info there for ya. The forum it's posted in is a GREAT site for V8 S10s as well, let me know if I can help,
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the last one i did in my pick up the v6 alternator didnt keep my battery charged idont want that problem again.
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rickracer, thanks i will check it out
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