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Old 06-07-2013, 05:33 PM
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Repair or Remove AC

I have a 93 F-150. Original owner "removed" the factory AC system. What do you guys think? finish removing? or rebuild?
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Well, after some deliberation, and serious pricing, i think im going with removing it. Its cheaper. Plus i can always add it back later. more of a windows down person myself. That being said, can i just swap the climate controls for the non ac one?
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Not really sure about that. Have you tried posting this in the F150 forum?
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it's 12:04 and I have a beer in hand (well have for a couple hours HA) so here's the most honest opinion you'll get from me:

keep a/c

it's like 4wd... you can justify not having most of the time until those few times you NEED it haha
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Old 06-08-2013, 08:25 PM
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it's 12:04 and I have a beer in hand (well have for a couple hours HA) so here's the most honest opinion you'll get from me:

keep a/c

it's like 4wd... you can justify not having most of the time until those few times you NEED it haha
I sat here for 15 mins trying to think of something good to reply to this. Lets just go with, point taken. ha ha. with that, my vote is for ac.
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