A/C retro fit.

Mike Del Tergo mdeltergo at hotmail.com
Thu May 27 10:26:39 EDT 2004

All the r 12 replacements I've seen go to great lengths to list their non 
flammability and non existent flash point.  For me it is a price thing.  I 
have recp'ts from PO for this car.  He spent 1,500 on A/C work and now I 
have to redo it.  Of course maybe an r 12 top off would do the trick for $50 
but can't do it.  How much was your conversion?
>Huh? Downgrade? My R134a converted A/C system is blowing nice 34*F air 
>(vent temp with a calibrated thermometer). Plus, R134a is available 
>everywhere (FLAPS), is dirt cheap, and safter for the envirronment. You 
>know that most of those "drop'in" R12 replacements are mostly butane, 
>right? I don't like the idea of having something as flamable as compressed 
>butane in my AC system...
>My $0.02 worth...
>87.5 CGT
>SE Virginia

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