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post #6 of (permalink) Old Aug 14th, 19, 12:00 AM
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Re: r134a numbers with stock Condenser & replacement POA

The OEM --TXV was held in place with Factory clamps. I use two small nylon ties and pull it down tight and use the tar tape. I have not used a POA eliminator, and never will.
You can get a C-60 to blow some cold air using all the stock parts. Adjust your P.O.A. for R-134 /// P. Flow condenser /// I am using a 10 Cyl. ( R-134) compressor from the Fla. guys ( painted black) Stock replacement for the A-6.
A new Evap. core aint a bad idea. Being KOOL is not cheeeeeep!
Over charging a C-60 system is real easy. I have done it. If you ever change the Evaporator. Pull the engine side of the suitcase OFF. It will fall out.
No need to mess with the inner fender and the blower side of the suitcase.

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