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Old 05-11-2002, 07:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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york compressor

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on the york compressor there are to fittings that hoses go into. Now, the bottom one that goes to the intercooler(The thing infront of the radiator), do you take all that stuff out and use that bottom hose fitting to run a hose to a tank for onboard air? If you do, can you takeout the a/c unit inside and run the switch somewhere else?

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If you are working with your Bronco. I would pull out everything to do with your AC and sell to one of the Bronco nuts. Then make your own brackets and york. With the money you get from selling an all factory ac setup. You can get the OBA setup with all the cool little things that make it nice.
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Re: york compressor

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intercooler(The thing infront of the radiator)

can you takeout the a/c unit inside and run the switch somewhere else?

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Condenser?

Sure, you can run a hot wire for your clutch to any old switch you want.

As for everything else, do a web search for "York Onboard Air." You'll find lots of hits on how to plumb it.
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If you are working with your Bronco. I would pull out everything to do with your AC and sell to one of the Bronco nuts. Then make your own brackets and york. With the money you get from selling an all factory ac setup. You can get the OBA setup with all the cool little things that make it nice.
Ya, what he said. All you need is the compressor, so you could still sell your AC setup and have that pay for your OBA. The only thing you have now that you would reuse is the compressor itself and brackets to mount it. You would be money ahead to sell it complete and do OBA from scratch.
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thanks for all the info

well, how much do you think a complete a/c setup would go for?

oh, the thing in front of the radiator is the condensor.

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