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Old 06-16-2016, 08:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 97 TJ + York Compressor

So, I have a 97 TJ with no A/C and I want to put in a York compressor. The York model that my research has brought up is to use the EF210R. I however can't find any EF210Rs in any of the junk yards here in Hawaii. Which leaves me to find one online. Online sites either don't have that particular type or are out of stock; like kilby. I also read that there's an EF210L that's easier to find online; i.e. Amazon, and the only difference between the two is that the R means the suction comes from the right port and the L from the left port. "Normally" these installs have the compressor mounted on it's side and the that the reason for the R model is so that the oil sits somewhere that it's not going to leak or what ever. I believe I read somewhere; probably kilby, that with my not having A/C that I can stand the compressor upright.

So, "in theory" I should be able to mount the EF210L upright where my A/C compressor is supposed to go, right? Is there any possible issues with doing this?
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Another option is to run the factory style sanden A/C compressor in the stock location, which may be easier to locate.

You could run the York upright providing you have enough clearance, they are tall. I have a/c so it barely fits sideways, don't know the non-a/c setup looks like.

When I bought a new unit I got it from a Ryder freight truck website..

Here's an ET210L, $288.06.

Compressor with 5031 clutch, 5263, Airsource
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Old 06-19-2016, 06:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I have a full system with a 210R that I took off of a 97 TJ in the for sale section. It would be a bit pricey to ship.

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Old 06-24-2016, 01:09 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I have a full system with a 210R that I took off of a 97 TJ in the for sale section. It would be a bit pricey to ship.

https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/misc-...-complete.html
Yep. And it looks like you got a V-belt. I think mine is the micro-v belt.
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Old 06-24-2016, 01:11 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Another option is to run the factory style sanden A/C compressor in the stock location, which may be easier to locate.

You could run the York upright providing you have enough clearance, they are tall. I have a/c so it barely fits sideways, don't know the non-a/c setup looks like.

When I bought a new unit I got it from a Ryder freight truck website..

Here's an ET210L, $288.06.

Compressor with 5031 clutch, 5263, Airsource
Don't suppose you could post a picture of your setup?
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