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Old 05-06-2018, 06:03 PM
BillGrissom BillGrissom is offline
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Originally Posted by kuene View Post
... expensive r12 ...
If $100/lb for R-12 bothers you, plus an unknown price in the future, read-up on hydrocarbon refrigerants (Duracool, Enviro-safe), but ignore the scare claims from people who know nothing and/or AC shops with a vested interest. I have in all my vehicles now, even my 2002, some for decades. I am an engineer who has published papers on combustion so am allowed to think for myself. R-134A is being outlawed. PAO 68 oil doesn't absorb moisture and cause corrosion. I also use silicone brake fluid, and many ignorant statements about that too.
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