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Fordman487 06-12-2017 08:41 PM

Ford generator model 79
 

Can anyone tell me about a ford generator model 79? What years was it produced, what vehicles does it go on and what's the difference between it and other same era generators? Anyone have a pix? Thanks!

John R 06-12-2017 08:49 PM

Re: Ford generator model 79
 

The 79 generator has three brushes and a two-sheave pulley. Originally on 37-39 trucks.

Fordman487 06-12-2017 09:17 PM

Re: Ford generator model 79
 

I understood them to be heavier duty. Do you think it would work on a '35 1 1/2 ton pickup with a single belt/pulls?

svm99 06-13-2017 11:13 AM

Re: Ford generator model 79
 

The '79' generator has the larger dia shaft so uses the later pulley with the large bore and key, not the '40 style thread-on pulley though. I'm using a "79" type generator with a '39 single groove pulley on a '41 era engine with good setup results. Good Luck Paul

Fordman487 06-14-2017 11:17 AM

Re: Ford generator model 79
 

Thanks, Paul. Any chance you can email or PM me a picture?

FireEngineMike 06-15-2017 11:35 AM

Re: Ford generator model 79
 

To further our knowledge, do the 1942-47 generators fit on 1935 and 1940 engines? We are interested in upgrading to a (if they can be found) 50 or 55 amp low RPM excited generator from the later years. 21AS-10000-A, 21AS-10000-D, 59TS-10000 are the part numbers. They are 4-brush generators. If yes, does anyone know of any for sale? Can they be adapted for and properly support the 1935 generator mount fan? Thanks.


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