All I did was remove the old alternator, and lines.
Place new alternator in car(1 wire).
Then run at least 8 gauge wire from the 1 terminal on the back of the alternator back to the positive side of the battery.
I used 4 gauge wire for mine.
I thought I had a pic of it, but I don't, can't find it.
The one wire conversion is easier than changing a flat tire. lol
I just did that about 2 weeks ago. Bought a Summit chrome 100 AMP alternator for $129 and cut out all the old alternator/regulator harness. I used the old 10 guage feed wire with the bolt on ring connector (actually used two old 10 guage feed wires), ran it to the POS battery cable and was done with the wiring.
BTW...UPS's small package division fleet of trucks all use one wire alternators in all the brown delivery trucks. I was having trouble with the charging system and one of the UPS mechanics said just toss the old alternator and do this....