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    Default Re: Ford 640 12 Volt Conversion Clean Up

    i have at least one with a low # as well. though most of my early ones for some reason turn out to be 55's

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    Default Re: Ford 640 12 Volt Conversion Clean Up

    Hey...I just put a volt meter on the batt before and after starting...get higher voltage after start if charging if u have a new batt that's charged u won't get much reading on ur amp meter ...if its not charging ... well somebody else will have to guide you...good luck, Shop geek

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