Re: [DML] Cross reference for air conditioner evaporator
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Re: [DML] Cross reference for air conditioner evaporator

Surely there is an xRef somewhere that will fit. Fittings in/out might well be a different size or thread however. The big question is: how much cheaper would such an xRef be? Is it really worth $25 or $30 to adapt an evaporator from another application?

Potential evaporator damage is the #1 reason I recommend against taking a 31 year old A/C system apart. The tubing is extremely thin walled and easy to damage. We have very little room to maneuver a wrench to hold the evaporator still while trying to turn the rusty connecting hose off. At least the condensor fittings are readily accessible. 

I wonder how many owners like Louis have unwittingly purchased cars with Previous Owner evaporator damage?

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, stevedmc@... wrote:
> There isn't one.  You would either need to have an ac shop build you one or maybe even a radiator shop.  
> If it were me I would give DMCMW or John Hervey a call for this part.   
> --
> Steve Rice
> #16510


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