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Early 1969 voltage regulator mounting

Does anyone have any pictures of a voltage regulator on an early 1969 build with the well nuts and ground wire. I am trying to determine the correct mounting for my September 1968 built Z28. Do all voltage regulators have the radio capacitor mounted to them as well? Thanks for the help.
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Re: Early 1969 voltage regulator mounting

No wellnuts for '69, bolted directly to rad support.
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Re: Early 1969 voltage regulator mounting

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No wellnuts for '69, bolted directly to rad support.
duU69 is the noise suppression RPO and included , caps at the blower (feedthru cap), VR, bearing ground straps from engine to firewall, body to subframe, and wheelst cap inserts.
I thought it was a mid-year change?

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Re: Early 1969 voltage regulator mounting

My Oct 68 built 69 Camaro had direct bolt to rad support and no groundstrap, the mounting bolts provided ground but be sure the lock washer or star washer grips thru the paint to make that ground happen

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