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Old 11-29-2001, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Why can't I find a York?

Cuz guys like me are hoarding them! Found a couple biguns today. Has anyone ever found a heavy duty model?



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Old 11-29-2001, 08:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've got three of them also.I know where two came from but the third hasn't been identified yet.Whats up with the heavy duty model? Here is the #'s from the unidentified one.

M 00908
P p209r20201

I used to have a link to a site that had CFM ratings for various model #'s but I can't find it right now.
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Old 11-29-2001, 08:40 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I thought that they were all heavy duty. They vary in displacement, not CFM. CFM depends on how fast you run them.
The details are here:
http://www.ccicompressor.com/SrvcManl.htm

You can also fix them so that they don't blow so much air out.
http://members.home.net/cglabe1/Air/OilFix.html
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http://www.onboardair.com/

has about all the info you should ever need. That's where I found out there is a heavy duty york. Probably come on buses or something.

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Old 11-29-2001, 08:46 PM   #5 (permalink)
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bit of a brain fart on the cfm\displacement.I was hoping somebody would pipe up with a link to a model# = what displacement site.
I've seen the oil blow by fix before.It's a really good write up.
I'm confused on the heavy duty designation also
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Old 11-29-2001, 08:50 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I've got three of them also.I know where two came from but the third hasn't been identified yet.Whats up with the heavy duty model? Here is the #'s from the unidentified one.

M 00908
P p209r20201

I used to have a link to a site that had CFM ratings for various model #'s but I can't find it right now.
there are 3 displacements a 6, 9, and 10. The 9r in your part number means yours is the 9. Onboardair.com has all the ID info. You can also tell by pulling the pulley and looking at the shaft.

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thanks for clearing that up,it saves me from looking for the #'s.
I've worked on the A\C for a couple of buses that were converted to motorhomes and didn't notice anything different about the compressors,they were both the same size as the ones I've got.Suppose I'll have to look a harder and see if I can find a heavier duty model
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that heavy duty model looks like every YORK head Ive ever seen?

the one on the right of the diag looks like a compact model or something, what am I missing, what makes it heavy duty? different head fittings?
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York is now Climate Control Inc and their manual says that they only come in "heavy duty" and "compact". Anybody seen a "standard" one?

http://www.ccicompressor.com/ccisect1.pdf
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I assumed the one on the right was the heavy duty one because it has more head bolts. The picture isn't exactly clear. If you assume the title is also the label for the pumps, then the one on the left is the heavy duty one.

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York is now Climate Control Inc and their manual says that they only come in "heavy duty" and "compact". Anybody seen a "standard" one?

http://www.ccicompressor.com/ccisect1.pdf
So yorks are still being produced?
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I assumed the one on the right was the heavy duty one because it has more head bolts. The picture isn't exactly clear. If you assume the title is also the label for the pumps, then the one on the left is the heavy duty one.

In the picture labeled "Heavy duty and Standard models, the picture on the right is just a view of the bottom of the compressor. I have only seen two models, the "heavy duty" and the "compact". The compact unit is sweet if you have space issues. Yorks are still made by CCI.
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In the picture labeled "Heavy duty and Standard models, the picture on the right is just a view of the bottom of the compressor. I have only seen two models, the "heavy duty" and the "compact". The compact unit is sweet if you have space issues. Yorks are still made by CCI.
Ok, it's all clear now, thanks. I think I saw one of the compact models on a VW.
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