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    I am in the process of installing air conditioning in my M998A1 and need help with the installation of the rear condensers that mount under the wheel wells. Does anyone have an MWO covering the installation? I have most of the equipment, (Red Dot A/C kit) and one of the condensers. I plan on posting pictures of the build during progression. I could also use TM-9-2320-387-24P if willing to share.
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    There is no MWO for this action...those are OEM factory solutions. The military never installed them in conjunction with the red dot kit.
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    I have condenser brackets....some hoses, and wires.
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    I'll be following this for sure as its on the possible future project list along with a 4sp transmission. Driving in the heat and humidity this weekend was tiring. My brother in law, who drove HMMWV's in the army, said this weekend he was going to stick his honda generator in the bed with a window AC unit plugged in and stuck under the rear flap. That would be a pretty hilarious setup! We did a road trip in July 500 miles round trip in the NC heat and I would have probably gone for that. We were beef jerky by the end.

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