M-E-L Generator 50 AMP Bosch

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M-E-L Generator 50 AMP Bosch

Post by 59lincolnrag » Wed 29. Apr 2009, 07:17

Hello all,
Im looking for any information on a Generator, 50 AMP Bosch unit. I need brushes and springs.
This unit came as factory equipment on Air conditioned cars.
Ford part number 2702152
Generator GRC 1250-B-402-22
15 volts 50 AMPS
Brush Measures
1.100 in w
.314 in thick
steps down to .210 in thick
1.125 length when new
springs are 16 -18 oz.
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Thank you
Anthony
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Re: M-E-L Generator 50 AMP Bosch

Post by Shelby#18 » Wed 29. Apr 2009, 16:40

I hope this helps! ;)
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Re: M-E-L Generator 50 AMP Bosch

Post by 59lincolnrag » Thu 30. Apr 2009, 04:50

Thank you Rick .....That is very helpful .....
I found replacement bearings ...still looking for brushes and springs.
Cut the armature on the lathe .....just a whisker......so the armature assembly is ready to go.....
Will post results soon....
Thanks
Anthony
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Re: M-E-L Generator 50 AMP Bosch

Post by pinesd3400 » Wed 10. Nov 2010, 03:24

Strangely my Cont. came with a 60A Delco system? Whats up with that. Its listed in my parts book.
I recently installed a 100 A one wire alternator totally awesome.

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Re: M-E-L Generator 50 AMP Bosch

Post by 59lincolnrag » Wed 22. Dec 2010, 15:37

Yes I have seen those as well ....Two of my Lincolns with factory air have the BOSH system....?
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Re: M-E-L Generator 50 AMP Bosch

Post by 430 6V » Thu 15. Mar 2012, 20:08

From what I know that Delco external ground system was a one year only in '60.

My '60 has one and I think an alternator and brackets from one of my 462's is going in. :mrgreen:

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