AC Tube Question

565bbchevy

565bbchevy

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What is the proper name for this tube in my AC system? 86' Regal with a 307.
I looked on Rockauto and didn't see anything listed that looked like it described this piece.
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Longroof79

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1bad79

1bad79

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I don’t think there available anymore I got a nice one and cleaned it up with a scotchbrite pad
 
tc1959

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You might be able to get one from 4 seasons AC parts.
 
Longroof79

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I was also thinking that you'd have to find a good used one and clean it up.
 
airboatgreg

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High pressure liquid line. Will need to find someone who makes them. See if you have any custom hose makers in your area. Call a couple of auto parts houses as they probably know someone
 
Longroof79

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Greg's right. Check your local NAPA auto parts, they usually have someone that can make lines for you...or find a shop that makes hydraulic lines and hoses.
 
565bbchevy

565bbchevy

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My liquid line is in decent shape but I was looking for a brand new one since everything else I have is new waiting for when I install them.
I think most everything I have bought was Four Seasons brand but I did not see this on their site either.
 
Texas82GP

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My liquid line is in decent shape but I was looking for a brand new one since everything else I have is new waiting for when I install them.
I think most everything I have bought was Four Seasons brand but I did not see this on their site either.
My suggestion is flush it with denatured alcohol, install new o-rings and re-use it. No need to replace it if it's in good shape.
 

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