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    Cleaning up a rebuilt generator,found some markings on the armature ...triangle G, ace of spades..re winder marks? its been rebuilt at least once,maybe more..any ideas?
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    I've seen some with FORD script, and some with date stamps, but I don't recall any other marks.

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