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Has anyone converted their dash air to 134 from R12 and what were your results?



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I did. Results were ok, usable. Advice stay with R12 if you can get it. Cools better.


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Our Bluebird dash ac was converted and worked fine .
Also , both of my 1986 Ford trucks were converted and cool really well . The 134a is so much easier to obtain . The r12 substitutes work well too , but they are basically just propane .


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I have 25lbs of R12 on hand and was going to sell it.
I guess I'll use it.
Thank you for the input.



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