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Thread: A/C addition underway

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    I notched the lower shifter bend, bent it X number of degrees, and re-welded it. It now clears. Dumb luck. Time to clean up the weld and paint it.20190619_194319.jpg20190619_194319.jpg20190619_194211.jpg
    Last edited by WildEd; 06-25-2019 at 08:05.

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    The supplied brackets for the underdash unit are inadequate for anything beyond idling in the driveway. I fabricated an adjustable rear brace utlizing the heater blower upper mounts. The front differential engage switch has also been relocated. Down to wiring and hoses to the evaporator. 20190624_204214.jpg20190624_204307.jpgr

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    After dismantle and reinstall of radiator, a leak developed in the lower tank. Leak stop additives didn't work, so I removed it again and to the radiator shop it went. It should be ready tomorrow.

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    Looks great, nice work. I need to put ac in my M931a1

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    That is a good installation job there WildEd ! I used to install complete A/C units in vehicles when I worked at a A/C shop Phoenix in the late 1970's . Back then most cars and trucks didn't come with factory A/C then.

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    Let us know how well it works the installation links nice

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