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goin to the salvage yard. need help finding a YORK 210

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by deek, Dec 12, 2003.

  1. deek

    deek 1/2 ton status

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    what make & model of car/truck did this come in? also a year would be great.
     
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  3. deek

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    Ok but out of these makes, what model & year.

    Ford, Volvo, AMC, IH, and Oldsmobile vehicles from the late 70's to the early 80's.

    Yeah it talkes about the 81' volvo, but out here in central kansas there are no volvo's sittin around in salvage yards so i was hoping that some one could point me in the direction of a certin Ford, Old's or possibly even AMC
     
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    I've had the best luck in late 70's Volvos. I found alot of them and picked the one that looked in the best shape. Ford's don't have the #210 on them (they use some other part # for them) so stay away from those. A good way to tell condition is to undo the lines, put a finger over the end, and turn the compressor over. You should be able to feal suction on one and pressure on the other. Pick the one that will hold it for the longist.
     
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    also try tractor and farm equipment salvage yards. I got two off of 80's Gleaner combines.
     

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