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How to wire a stock alternator to buffhomer wiring?

I did the "buffhomer battery relocation" and now I gotta hook it up to the stock alternator. Can anyone give me some info on how I would go about doing it?


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At the bottom of my page I outline how to do it.


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Hey everybody look at me, Im a moron!!!

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