perf-list-digest Monday, August 10 1998 Volume 01 : Number 054



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FTE Perf - Hub Swap
FTE Perf - Interesting AC idea?
Re: FTE Perf - Interesting AC idea?

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Date: Sun, 9 Aug 1998 14:06:27 -0300
From: "Steven Adams"
Subject: FTE Perf - Hub Swap

Can anybody tell me if manual locking hubs off a '84 Bronco II will
fit my '91 Ranger with automatic locking hubs,and if so is there anything
else I have to change?
Thanks;Steve


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Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 00:06:51 EDT
From: Trs2000 aol.com
Subject: FTE Perf - Interesting AC idea?

I have a friend with an 84 ch**y (couldn't bear to say the word) with an ac
unit in the back. The unit is mounted on the roof with lines going to the
front of the vehicle. I think it's electric powered by its own motor. If it
works wouldn't this be a pretty cool way to convert my 66 f100 to ac by just
running an evaporator and condenser etc without the hassle of finding the
right bracket setup. Also, It wouldn't rob horses.....

Any thoughts?

Dennis
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Date: Sun, 9 Aug 1998 21:42:51 -0700 (PDT)
From: John Pajak
Subject: Re: FTE Perf - Interesting AC idea?

Trs2000 aol.com wrote:
I have a friend with an 84 ch**y (couldn't bear to say the word) with
an ac unit in the back. The unit is mounted on the roof with lines
going to the front of the vehicle. I think it's electric powered by
its own motor. If it
works wouldn't this be a pretty cool way to convert my 66 f100 to ac
by just running an evaporator and condenser etc without the hassle of
finding the right bracket setup. Also, It wouldn't rob horses.....

>Sorry, in this world there is no free lunch :) This setup is just an
auxiluary evap and condensor in conjunction with the regular AC
system. You can turn in the rear blower but to get any AC effect you
need to kick on the regular AC also. I know...I've got the dual AC
setup on my 82 Suburban!
>P.S. Don't kill me for owning a Sub! I own 3 Fords including a 75
F100 and if Ford made a Suburban type vehicle I'd own one (They are
soon, right?) I've seen the aftermarket Centurion Suburban-clone
conversions and would love to own one!

P.S. saw a 64 galaxie 2 door on the side of the road for sale....289
automatic, black, $4500 OBO. Wish it was a 390 4 speed!




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