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Old 04-01-2013, 06:41 PM   #1
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remove chassis air conditioner

I'm thinking of taking engine air off We don't ever use thought that without condencer will get better air flow through radiator anybody try this?
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If it still works, I would leave it alone. It might come in handy one hot day, or during resale.
I took ours off because it didn't work, and was a coach builder aftermarket install, and a poor quality one at that.
If it had still worked, I would have left it alone.
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I agree ,it will make it hard to sell .If you are having a over heat problem that probably
is not it .
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