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Old 10-24-2001, 09:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking to install an onboard air system on my 1979 F250. I would like to use the stock brackets. I just need the pump. Are there any particular pumps that are better then others. What oil am I suppost to use, 30w oil, how about synthetic?
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Old 10-24-2001, 10:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Your setup should be pretty close to what I used in my Bronco.
Take a look
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The York pump is perfect for your use
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Old 10-25-2001, 06:22 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I was calling all the local wrecking yards, looking for a A/C compressor. They keep asking me if I need one for a "intergrated" or "hang on" compressor. Which one do I want?What is the difference, and how can I identify each one.
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I was calling all the local wrecking yards, looking for a A/C compressor. They keep asking me if I need one for a "intergrated" or "hang on" compressor. Which one do I want?What is the difference, and how can I identify each one
I've never heard those terms before, so I have no idea. If your looking for a York, just ask for that, any yard worth going to will know what one is. You'll have to check for your self though to see what version and size it is.
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I have checked all the onboard air sites that i can find. I know the Part# (f210L) and the difference in the shafts. To the best i can figure an intergrated system is from the factory (With a fomoco tag) and a Hang on is a dealer option?(a york tag). All the local yards have been striped of york Compressor. Not that we use A/C in Washington.
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All the local yards have been striped of york Compressor
How about yards that have Volvos? plenty of Yorks in them, and most done think to call foreign yards
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