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York ac brackets

Postby kansasboy001 » Tue Jun 26, 2018 8:06 pm

I'm missing the top bracket for the York compressor. Is it really needed? Seems pretty solid without it. Thanks
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Re: York ac brackets

Postby Xplitive » Wed Jun 27, 2018 4:42 am

Having just removed mine to replace with a Sanden, I’m guessing the bracket is to make up for the 4th connection point. The compressor is attached to the bottom bracket by bolts through the bottom in 3 corners.
If it works probably leave it alone.
Other options are make your own by flattening the ends to drill bolt holes through on a piece of tubing.
OR I should be done soon with my conversion. Don’t every plan on going back to a York after discovering what a PITA it is to remove. Don’t think I need the bracket in the conversion.

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Re: York ac brackets

Postby gopher_6_9 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:14 pm

Not needed. Plenty are running upright with no bracket on top for on board air. If you want a bracket I should have 2 if I can find them in the mess of spare parts....

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Re: York ac brackets

Postby SJTD » Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:31 pm

Idunno. Air compressor use is intermittent. If Jeep spent the extra money on a bracket it might be a good thing to have.
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