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Looking for some help locating a special part

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by therobzilla, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. therobzilla

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    Do ya have a model # ?

    If ya have a model # I can try to cross it at work and get the part #

    We can get A/C clutches for just about anything.
     
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    Ron,

    I don't have a part number, sorry. It's a junkyard part, and after I got the bracket ordered from Kilby, I found out that the clutch I have is not the correct one. He want's $110.00 for it and right now, I kinda stretched the budget on the bracket. I do have the Kilby part number, but I'm sure it's his own special part number it's 25-501939-D.

    I was hoping that anyone that has some York's laying around waiting for projects, that they could check and we could swap, if anyone had the correct one. The one I have is the exact same size in over diameter, but the backset is 2.5" instead of 2.25". I also have one that is 7" in diameter but it's the correct backset, it just won't fit in the installation, it will hit the overflow tube for the radiator.

    You could try to see if the number crosses to anyting, but I would bet the part number is his own.

    Thanks for the help.

    Rob
     
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    I have a few Yorks in the shed, I'll go dig em out and see what they are.
    I know I have 2 that look like the one ya posted.

    let me see what I can do.
     
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    Ron,

    Thanks, I appreciate it, let me know if they are the right backset, we can work something out.
     
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    Have you tried just looking under the hood of a bunch of old volvos at a junkyard and seeing if they measure up?
     
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    That's my next step, if I can't find one here. It's then off to the Bone Yard, with a tape measure.

    Hope I don't have to go this route, but gotta do what ya gotta do. :grin:

    Rob
     
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    How about moving the over flow tube? or re routing it?

    just a thought:dunno:
     
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    I thought about his but the Coolant bottle is mounted into the fan shroud, and it's almost impossible to move it without screwing it up. Check out he pictures, normally you still have to heat he Coolant bottle up with a heat gun and reform it to allow the 6" pully not to hit it. :grin:


    Putting a York in the engine compartment is quite the ordeal becasue of the sizing and fitment of the compressor. The idler pully is really hard to reach, and the serp belt has to be changed to make it fit, all in all it's worth it.

    Thanks for the idea, I was thinking if everything else fails and I can't find the clutch locally, I'm going to give the 7" one a shot.

    Thanks for the suggestions!:D [​IMG]
     
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    Would this "bad" one that you have use the same internal parts as a normal one? You could try picking one up at a junkyard and cannibalizing all the parts from it. It really is a simple device, a couple minutes with the ohmmeter and you should be able to tell what you need to replace inside. I think it may be doable.

    Edit: Hmm, I may have misread your post. This probably doesn't make much sense...
     
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    Paul,

    The "Bad" one is actually working fine it's the clutch/pulley's backset that is wrong, both compressors work fine. The sizing is the issue. :D :D

    No problem!!!!

    Rob
     
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    Ahh i was thinkin it was for your bazer, i can see why you wounlednt want to be hackin on your new ride, sorry,
    dale
     
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    I have one that has the dimensions ya need. Uses 1700 series belts.

    It is a Climate Control Inc. compressor.
    Model # 3245582
    PT. # T21OL 250730

    Clutch PT. # MA-61CCI

    I go to work tommorow and can get ya price on one.
    IIRC it is $200 or so .

    There may be one in the parts removed pile at work, I can check and see if ya want.
     

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