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Re: <ALL> R-134A -Reply
Then Graydon's next challange will be to design and implement some kind of
de-icing device to keep the vents clear. Then something to keep snow from
building up inside the 'Bird... perhaps one of those things that oscillate
around the swiming pool sucking up alge. Or perhaps a tiny 12v Zamboni to keep
the ice smooth in your coffee cup... yeah, yeah, that's the ticket!
>>> DeWitt Harrison <email@example.com> 06/17/97 06:48am >>>
On Mon, 16 Jun 1997 10:40:20 -0400 (EDT), Graydon Stuckey wrote:
> [ ... ]
>I've been thinking about using a compressor normally designed for R-134a >on
my wife's T-Bird, and charging the system with R-12 for a really coold >A/C
>Graydon D. Stuckey
Graydon, you are _always_ thinkin'.
DeWitt Harrison firstname.lastname@example.org