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Is anyone finding that they need to upgrade the alternator from the stock 90-amp to a high output version?
what exactly are you using this extra power for?
 

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Maybe if you were powering alot of accessories.

Not sure where you would start to look for a higher powered alternator that is compatible. Isn't 90 AMP already lots?
 

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Wouldn't getting a larger more powerful battery be enough to support more accessories?
it's a good option, i think if you will be using it for work almost every day you might as well upgrade the alternator and battery for optimum performance
 

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Maybe even the battery cables and cable leading to the alternator to complement the higher output and higher storage capacity.
 

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Not that I know of, seems like that process has been a slow one so far. It's still new so we might have to wait a bit.
 

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Assuming the PTO can hold a steady 1800RPM, it would be interesting to mate one of the inexpensive Chinese 4 pole generators to the PTO. That would be both a hack and a solution to the original question that started this thread.
 
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