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Old May 19th, 2015, 04:59 PM
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Unhappy WTB AC Condenser lines 97 D90

Looking for the discontinued AC condenser lines for my 1997 D90 wagon P/N's:

LRNA06A0051A (from AC compressor to condenser)
LRNA06A0052A (from condenser to dryer)

Was told it'll be difficult to fabricate? Thanks for all the help!
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Old May 19th, 2015, 07:42 PM
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Looking for the discontinued AC condenser lines for my 1997 D90 wagon P/N's: LRNA06A0051A (from AC compressor to condenser) LRNA06A0052A (from condenser to dryer) Was told it'll be difficult to fabricate? Thanks for all the help!
Do you have old ones?

Any AC shop should be able to make some up.
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Old May 28th, 2015, 03:26 PM
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Thanks and yes, the shop doing the restore should have the old ones. I was told they the AC lines would be difficult to fabricate (i find this hard to believe). One line going into condenser, the other coming out; but i think it has to do with the threads/connectors.

The are discontinued so if anyone somehow has or knows how to get them pls LMK. Ill continue to search along.

LRNA06A0051A and ..52A are the part #'s. Thanks much all!!
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Old May 28th, 2015, 03:58 PM
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These have been MIA for since i bought my truck in 2008 and started paying attention. Never seen them for sale used or new anywhere outside of a new kit or TO full system.
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look at the parts section of the Vintage Air website. I needed the line from the condenser to the receiver drier for a 1997 D90. They had a short line with the correct ends that I was able to form to fit with a tubing bender using the original as a template.
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Rob, do you recall the part number of the line from VintageAir? (not sure if my PM made it to ya). I'm at the end of restoring her and the only thing left in the whole process if the 2 condenser lines...go figure.

As soon as i get this solved i get my D90 back. Can't wait!!! Thanks for the help.
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