Alright, I've cleaned the bolts up. Set them back in the slots. Lined everything up. Make sure its straight as possible. Have a look down your bolt holes to make sure they're in line as best as you can. So that bolts to your brackets nicely. Wind one nut up and I'm nearly finished. Make sure it spins nicely. Lovely. Almost silent. Little bit of in float, that’s not a problem. Because when you put on your front collar, you’ll pull it up to the bearing in the front. Right, okay. Brushes, bring it all back. Super duper. Push the plug in and on. Right on. Brushes are all good. And they hook in there like that. Drop down and then we got the three bolts, 1, 2, 3. Go on start. Don’t forget to take pictures before you start. If you do forget where anything goes, you can look back at your picture in your phone or in your camera as a reference. I’ll just wind one, so you're not watching a bolt being wind in on film. Make sure it’s a bit tight which is why I won't take them all in. alright, that will hold that in place. Alright, back to the post. The big post with the plastic sleeve coming up to the middle, that’s over the top. Make sure the plastic sleeve there comes off the middle of that last plastic washer. Then you have washer on the top. Lock washer then nuts. And this one has got a little, get it from that profile, it’s a little sleeve in the end. Goes over that one. That’s it, push it down in the hole. Washer, Lock washer, and nut. Alright, nearly finish. Little diode back on the back. Pushes on that one there, then on that one there. Wind the nut on. That’s better. Wind is picking up, as usual. Nice weather. So, what we're looking at for about not a lot of money, let's get the case bill. Bearing, 1 pound. A pound 5 cents. Where are we? A127 heavy duty regulator, 8.34 pounds. Rectifier, 6.50 pounds. Only 15 pounds, just under. Where's the other bearing? 1.80 pounds. So for about 20 pounds, obviously, not including the casing, for about 20 pounds you basically got a reconditioned alternator that you’ve done yourself. And you know only a bits replaced. A little bit noisy where the brushes in driving on commentator. That’s it. I’ll just wind these last nuts here into that tight threads. Rubber cap. It’s all done.