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  1. 493 Mike

    Advice on AC leak 1967 Coronet

    The O-ring may be toast or the muffler may have a stress crack. Mike
  2. 493 Mike

    68 charger A/C compressor change over

    Pretty easy to do. It's like a small engine. Mike
  3. 493 Mike

    Stuck Heater Control Valve

    Check with the fellas at: The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse <[email protected]> Mike
  4. 493 Mike

    More Evaporator Plumbing

    I did armor the hoses as I noted, and I believe you are referencing the heat shielding on the suction hose inside the engine compartment which I felt, needed protection from header radiant heat. I don't imagine the split loom conduit offers much heat retention inside the fender well. My...
  5. 493 Mike

    More Evaporator Plumbing

    I thought I would post more photos of the under-fender hose routing currently completed. I used 18 gauge galvanized strap from my stash, sleeved with clear plastic tubing for the support clamp brackets. All grommets are from V.A. I used split loom conduit for armoring the hoses. The A/C hoses...
  6. 493 Mike

    Evaporator Plumbing

    It mounted well but, not in the OEM spots. I have had the kit for at least 6 years so I have no idea of current shipping or price. Many retailers carry Vintage Air so pricing is available on line. I made all the mounts. Mike
  7. 493 Mike

    Evaporator Plumbing

    Finally finished plumbing my Vintage Air in my 65 Belvedere. Mike
  8. 493 Mike

    Vintage Air in my 62 Fury wagon ? info wanted

    The VA unit I installed is in my 65 Belvedere 2 door and that has butyl/foil insulation with a full interior. I have not yet even fired the engine so, I have no performance info. Call VA for their recommendation. Mike
  9. 493 Mike

    Vintage Air in my 62 Fury wagon ? info wanted

    VA offers empty evaporator units just for mock up. I put a VA set up in my 65 Belvedere. I was going to use the 4 outlet model but, due to my enlarged tunnel I had to switch to the small 3 outlet model. With a stock tunnel the 4 outlet will fit. I built a plate to block off the fresh air opening...
  10. 493 Mike

    Best Radiator Company?

    I'm happy with my Wizzard Cooling radiator. Mike
  11. 493 Mike

    Dashboard AC cooling slot ducts. How to fix?

    I'm not sure for your car but, I have been able to add friction to these with a piece of felt at the pivot area. Mike
  12. 493 Mike

    Crazy A/C compressor from a used 440

    None of the factory kits I installed had V2 compressors, all York. It was wild to cut the center of the dash out of a brand new B van to set in the evaporator unit. Mike
  13. 493 Mike

    Crazy A/C compressor from a used 440

    I used to install Mopar add-on systems in one of the dealerships I worked at and at that time (mid 70s) all the kits had the York style compressors. I still have a kit for a 74 C body I want to sell. Mike
  14. 493 Mike

    Looking for alternator pics

    This is the alternator bracket on my 65 318. Are you sure the bracket you show is off your engine? Your's is cast iron, mine is fabricated steel. Mike
  15. 493 Mike

    440+6 with Vintage Air Question

    I used this system from Billet Connection: Mike
  16. 493 Mike

    Pressure in radiator

    Do you have the correct double sealed cap? To use the reclaiming system the radiator should be full when cold, then as the coolant expands it transfers to the reservoir which must have space to accommodate that expansion. Then as it cools the outer cap seal will let a vacuum develop in the...
  17. 493 Mike

    Heater Hose Help!

    Check out hose supplier catalogs for molded hose. I know the Dakota P/U used hoses with 90* molded in on one end so, others must be available. Mike
  18. 493 Mike

    RV2 COIL

    Are you referring to the wire feeding the clutch magnet coil? Mike
  19. 493 Mike

    Cooling Considerations

    I don't recall but, I am not concerned about it either. Mike