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Thanks for the reply. I was just never sure how much strain a alternator put on the engine, especially one that is not really needed.
If you get a chance can you shoot me a pic of your 2 alternator setup and how much clearance you have with the intercooler tube. It looks like the guy who owned the truck before my put the tube in a vice and flattened one side of the tube. The only reason i can think of it because it was hitting the lower alternator.
I would look at my buddies but none of there trucks have the dual setup. Thanks for the help
The "crushed" hot side IC pipe came that way from the factory on dual alternator set-ups. Allowed room for the lower alternator. Changing out to a "non-crushed" pipe has no HP gain.
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