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Old 08-20-2016, 05:18 PM   #1
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A/C Condenser

Does anyone know the part number, brand and where I might be able to get the A/C Condenser that attaches to the outside of the radiator, left rear on my 2000 Alpine 38 footer? I measured it at 27 x 18."

Any advice on how to change it out?

Also looking for the grill/door/body panel that covers the radiator/condenser units.

Seems I popped a hole in the condenser when I backed over a parking barrier, damaging the door/grill/panel.

Any help appreciated.
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IIRC, Magic Metals in Union Gap WA made the Grill in addition to the bay doors. magicmetals.com additionally you will find reference to them in posts related to replacing bay doors.
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The dash A/C components for Alpines were provided by Acme Air but the company is now defunct. Google ACMEAIRPARTS.com--think they are out of Kansas City, and have control of parts inventory and intellectual property from Acme Air. Depending on availability and cost, would think almost any large auto fab/install shop would have generic condensers that would work. Magic Metals [Walla Walla, Wa?????] made many of the outside fiberglass and metal components for WRV. Sure someone will chime in with a contact for MM.
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PS--all kinds of weird things using Google these days--name on the website is ACMEAIRPARTS [all in large caps] but use all small caps for the search. Guess MM is in Union Gap--figured someone would help me out.
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Thanks for the info Old Scout, Jeff and Cheryl!

Looks like acme has the condenser. Contacted Richard there and he's helping me out.

Now tracking down the grill. Will update when I find it.
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