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Old 09-28-2011, 12:27 PM
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Originally Posted by tex599 View Post
Thanks guys, yes I am in Texas and it is still hot. I appreciate all of the information you guys are saying. Where is this sticky you speak of, can't find it. A link would be great. I am still working on the a/c, not in a rush this is a 5th car, but want to do it right. Was thinking r12, but only found one shop and he wanted $9.50 an ounce. I am waiting on the new drier to arrive and then will be ready to move forward.

Also found a AC Parts shop that can rebuild the old compressor for $149, which was an AC/Delco. The one I bought is a Murray/Four Seasons, this one I paid $190 for. Is the AC Delco better or does it matter?
... for nearly $160 a pound (9.60/oz x 16...) I'd drive to YOU and fix your car with R12!!! that's $4800 per tank! even at the highest price they charged for 12, it was only $1500 for a 30lb tank... WOW. the current price for R12 in my refrigeration supply house is $488 for a 30lb tank... 1000% markup... cool.
wow what a rip off! unless that's ALL he charges for, no labor, no parts...
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