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ram300
Posted 2021-09-13 4:50 PM (#615023)
Subject: Generator part number



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Anyone have a parts listing/ application for this generator number 1779961, I can't seem ito find it in my parts book....

It is the very large body excessively heavy version, I'm sure it's at least the 40amp version but I know they also did a 50amp.

Thanks

Owen
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NicksGarage
Posted 2021-09-13 5:35 PM (#615024 - in reply to #615023)
Subject: Re: Generator part number



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My '60 New Yorker wagon has the 40 amp generator and it weighs just over 40 pounds.

Do you have the Autolite number from the generator? Maybe it's not from a Chrysler.



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56D500boy
Posted 2021-09-13 6:42 PM (#615029 - in reply to #615023)
Subject: RE: Generator part number



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ram300 - 2021-09-13 1:50 PM Anyone have a parts listing/ application for this generator number 1779961, I can't seem to find it in my parts book....
It is the very large body excessively heavy version, I'm sure it's at least the 40amp version but I know they also did a 50amp.


I found a 30 amp Autolite GHM-6011 SI with Chrysler PN 1779 960 in the 55-58 Parts book.

Can you post a photo of the green and silver tag on your generator to confirm?

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mstrug
Posted 2021-09-13 7:08 PM (#615031 - in reply to #615023)
Subject: Re: Generator part number



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GHM-6011 SI = 1779 960

http://www.jholst.net/61-parts-manual/vendor.pdf
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56D500boy
Posted 2021-09-13 8:26 PM (#615033 - in reply to #615031)
Subject: Re: Generator part number



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mstrug - 2021-09-13 4:08 PM
GHM-6011 SI = 1779 960


Isn't that what I said??

56D500boy - 2021-09-13 3:42 PM
I found a 30 amp Autolite GHM-6011 SI with Chrysler PN 1779 960 in the 55-58 Parts book.


The original poster has a 1779 961 which I can't find in the parts book either. Just the 1779 960.

I am hoping to see the green and silver tag to learn what the Autolite Number for the 1779 961 is/was





Edited by 56D500boy 2021-09-13 8:28 PM
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ram300
Posted 2021-09-14 8:49 PM (#615051 - in reply to #615023)
Subject: RE: Generator part number



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Thanks for the help guys.

Gen tag reads Autolite # GGA 6007B and Chrysler # 1779961

Found it, 40 amp 5 1/2 fame

It's on my export 300D which has most every available option. They really crammed it all in with A/C, large gen, large 4 bolt exhausts, Autopilot, power brake booster/reservoir, dual carbs/aircleaners.....poor sucker that's gotta work on it ....ah geez that'd be me.

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60 dart
Posted 2021-09-15 12:02 AM (#615059 - in reply to #615023)
Subject: Re: Generator part number



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just dug it up in hollander , it's correct except , not air cond ----------------------------later
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