Thread: A/C condenser
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:09 AM   #17
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Re: A/C condenser

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Originally Posted by Cadillac Kid View Post
Been looking for a parallel flow condenser with the inlet and outlet on different sides for my 1974 c10. I know I'll have to fab up some brackets, but I can't find one that ha the inlet and outlet on ether end. I guess once its time to get reinstate the a/c i'll ether use the original, or get the one like in the link and have a a/c shop add a line to re route on the the ports on the condenser to the other side of the core support.
Route a hard line over the top or under the bottom. Clamp it to your brackets with nitrile covered P-Clamps so the additional hard line and the condenser become a solid unit. This minimizes vibration load on the fitting and tube at the condenser outlet/inlet.
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