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Old 12-14-2003, 10:25 PM
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parallel flow condensor installed in a W123

I purchased the 14X22.5 parallel flow condensor from and had a manifold made up at a local hydraulic shop, actually 2 sets since I had to adjust everything higher then I originally thought.
I bent and welded brackets for the middle section. Sized and twisted the upper brackets. Drilled holes in the radiator support and primed them to prevent rust. Then made a bracket to support the manifold that was made. I wanted to prevent any flexing of the tubes that could lead to cracks and leaks. Attached is the condensor un-installed.

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