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Anyone done this on their truck before?
Any benefits to this instead of upgrading to high output alternator?
What parts would be required to do this conversion?
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It's not as easy as one would think. The dual alt 6.0s have two belts, two tensioners, two idler pulleys, and a different hot side CAC tube and engine wiring harness. The PCM also needs to be flashed to make the second alt work. Unless you can find a donor motor with dual alts, it would faster, easier, and cheaper to install one of the larger DC Power alts. Then do the Big 3 battery cable upgrade and you will be all set
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