^talk crap I'll put that Montgomery Ward/John Deere hybrid tiller on the hood of that kensington grey garage princess.
How's the radio install going....
Well started the process
Removed the alternator...
the plug on the subaru is the same just in a different spot...
the 12 volt feed hook up is on another also but no big deal it has an adapter to put it up on top but I removed it and used the phenolic isolator from the stock alternator.
The bottom mounts are the same distance apart...
The top mount has a little different offset than the mitsubishi one but haven't addressed it as of yet...only a few mm difference but don't want to shread belts.
It bolts up but haven't tightened everything up yet.
The stock pulley on the mitsubishi has no means to keep the belt from jumping off the back of the pulley and is only about .030 or so off the housing of the alternator.
The subaru pulley has the anti jump off lip on their's and is spaced out more than the mitsubishi.
I was going to just swap pulleys but the subaru has a larger shaft, I started to drill it out larger but remembered I had some ford pulleys so I machined one of those to work because the shaft dia was the same and the ford dia was a little smaller than the mitsubishi and since I have an underdrive crank pulley though it might help.
I had to cut down the shaft that sits against the bearing in the alternator and machine off the lip that the fords have that keeps the belt from jumping off. Also I cut off a small lip on the subaru casting that comes out around the shaft. I took about .075 off of it but as long as the pulley doesn't hit your fine. The mitsubishi had a small lip just not as big.
For anyone doing this you can simply drill out the mitsubishi pulley and install it on the subaru alternator just remember you may have to run a spacer between the pulley and the bearing.
I'll finish tomorrow. The belt is a little long and will have to get a new 100 amp fuse. Dropped a tool and it had to hit the end of the cable and find ground at the same time.