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Compressor conversion doc. 2nd. Ed

To obtain your copy of my A/C Conversion document Second Edition go to:

http://members.home.net/nehsoft/sammypics/SACCP.pdf

You will need Acrobat Reader to view it. Get a free copy at:

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/alternate.html

(this page lets you pick from all the versions of Reader 5 that are available)

I have added an appendix of parts sources, so the first edition lasted less than 24 hours!

Thanks zooky for the inspiriation!

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Nice job. Thanks.

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Re: Compressor convesrion doc. 1st. Ed

cool...on-board air is nice. You can get a switch which turns off the compressor off at 120psi and back on at 80psi from Wheelers Off Road for $19.95.

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Re: Compressor conversion doc. 2nd. Ed

At 2000 rpm how long would it take to pump up a 32x11.50 BFG A/T from 9 lbs. to 20 lbs. ?

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Re: Compressor conversion doc. 2nd. Ed

I have a 5 gal tank on mine, I fill all my tires (33")
in less than 2 mins.

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Re: Compressor conversion doc. 2nd. Ed

those are great instructions, but it only lets me see the first 3 pages and wont let me print... any idea what the deal is with that?

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Re: Compressor conversion doc. 2nd. Ed

Hmmm...

Must be the humidity...

Check your email for a copy.

Are you running a dialup connection? Maybe someone picked up the phone in mid transfer... I dunno.

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Re: Compressor conversion doc. 2nd. Ed

thanks for the email, ill check it soon...

i was looking at it at work and we're all networked here, so no phone lines... not sure what happened...

will this compressor conversion work if the compressor leaks? im not sure if mine does (i think it does, but dont know) but i know that something on the A/C system leaked before i took it out because there was no more freon in it...

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Glenn from what PSI to what fill PSI?

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Re: Compressor conversion doc. 2nd. Ed

Most A/C Leaks can be attributed to poorly tightened joints or someone damaging a joint by not applying a wrench to both sides of the joint while trying to break or tighten the joint. Your compressor should work fine.

A good way to check it OUT OF THE VEHICLE is to figure a way to HAND-TURN it over using clockwise rotation with your finger on the intake port. You may need to apply 12 VDC to the clutch magnet to do this properly. If you feel a bit of suction and it does not go away immediately, the compressor is probably ok.

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