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Old 07-14-2014, 04:42 PM   #43
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Frank & Dean- IIRC Mike Kelley noted elsewhere he removed the AC coil from the radiator stack & remounted it forward under the entry steps w/an electric fan. Takes some freon hose work. I presume the fan is enabled by the high pressure switch or maybe just comes on w/there is a call for AC.

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Old 07-14-2014, 05:17 PM   #44
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YUP--I continue to ponder that solution--but based on discussion with a local company that upgrades A/C for stretch limoes, buses, etc, I am looking at leaving the existing condensor in place and adding a secondary condensor with electric fans controlled by the aux pressure switch on the ACME A/C system. So far the primary challenge has been finding a generic condensor that has the dimensions and in/outlet config. to accommodate what I want to do. Most purveyors of automotive condensors want to know what model [eg. Ford or Chevy?] so they can sell you an OEM replacement. I may end up buying the generic condensor/fan package from the local upgrade company.....

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