B & H Electric offers Alternators - Starters - DC Generators - Batteries for Automotive  Marine  Industrial  Antique  Trucks

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Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat. - by appointment
Closed Sundays and Holidays
B & H Electric
(904) 269-7052
144-E Industrial Loop
Orange Park, FL 32073
Interstate Batteries
We accept
Charging and Starting System Experts

Welcome to ElectricBob.com, home of B&H Electric, Northeast Florida's most respected name in quality rebuilt alternators and starters.

We offer a complete line of alternators and starters for passenger cars, trucks, marine, industrial and agricultural applications. If we do not have what you need on the shelf, we can rebuild your alternator, generator or starter, to the same high standards, and in many cases offer same-day service.

Our customer list includes some of the best automotive repair shops on Jacksonville's Westside and Orange Park. We serve area marinas, car dealerships, as well as commercial fleets and members of antique car clubs.

Every purchase includes unparalleled technical support from a knowledgeable staff. We do not loose interest once we have your money. We want you remember us for the quality of the product and service we provide.

We can help you with all of your charging and starting needs. However, we no longer perform electrical repairs on vehicles.

Need Directions to B & H?
Located in building 144 on South Industrial Loop in the ABC Industrial Park off Loring Avenue in Orange Park.

This is 5 miles south of the location we occupied for 25 years near NAS.
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"Serving Florida's First Coast since 1980"

Model A Alternator B&H Proudly Introduces
“Absolutely the Best”
Model A Ford Alternator
  • 6 Volt - Positive ground: Part # BHP-6B
  • 12 volt - Negative ground:Part # BHP-2B
  • Low turn on speed—300 RPM at alternator
  • Will charge at idle with generator-size pulley
  • 20 amps and 7 volts at 500 alternator RPM
  • Up to 40 amps and 6.8 volts at 800 alternator RPM
  • Compact size and weight—comparable to a generator
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