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Old June 13th, 2012, 11:16 AM
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RHD Underdash AC unit

Hi All,
In my never ending quest to get rid of stuff I am selling this RHD under dash unit. You get what you see....the remaining parts can be purchased or fabbed to mate to any motor. I can access these parts for you in the UK or there are a few options in the US. This is the critical part!

This was a take off from a mid '90s D 90. It worked fine when removed. I bought it for one of our customers trucks but this unit was damaged in shipping. We ended up buying a new one from Rovers North.....traded a kidney for that!

This has the holes for the speakers but the speakers are not included. All wiring and relays are included. This is the exact same unit RN sells, OEM Rover.

The vents and the vent trim has been removed for cleaning. All of it is 100% and will snap right back into place.

The unit is perfectly fine except for the DS lower corner where the housing is cracked. The crack is around the switch panel. It can be repaired. My thought was to epoxy the panel in place once the unit is ready to mount. No matter how you go about it the crack can be fixed and the unit will function 100%.

We would like $500 for this plus shipping. It is sorta big but does not weigh all that much. I can wrap the crap out of it and UPS it
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Old June 13th, 2012, 11:38 AM
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David,

I am very interested. I have a RHD 3.5V8. I assume I can buy the rest of the parts from classic air and rig it to work with this? Any guidance is appreciated. Thanks
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Old June 13th, 2012, 12:14 PM
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The only possible bone of contention would be the hard line to the evaporator. Let me look into it.


Looked into it....

I have both hard lines and fittings that mate to the evaporator. They will NOT be the correct lines for a defender application but the fitting and a stub of pipe is all you need.

You would need to speak with classic air but what you could do is to send the stub pipes to them and have them weld new hose fittings onto them so that you can run a rubber line out to compressor etc.... I am sure you could get it done locally as well. We pay about $40 per weld on this sort of stuff to give you an idea.

Using their compressor and other pieces and parts should be pretty easy to do.

Happy to include the stub pipes int he sale to whomever buys this.
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Old June 13th, 2012, 02:40 PM
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So what is needed to finish the install is: compressor, lines & hoses, pulley (maybe), tensioner belt, evaporator, and a receiver-drier?
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Old June 13th, 2012, 09:45 PM
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If it helps I have all the missing parts in hand for a 300 TDI or Td5.
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