A/C Condenser
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ToughOne A/C Condenser

Part No. 2317 Warranty Details  

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Our condensers are designed and tested to meet or exceed OE specifications for form, fit, and function. Using premium quality materials and a clear focus on the highest heat transfer performance possible, our engineers have designed this condenser to perform at the highest standards for all refrigerants.
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Construction:6 Millimeter Design
Core Size:27 7/8 x 16 13/16 x 1 in
Inlet Type:Block Connection
Meets Or Exceeds O.E.M. Specifications:Yes
Outlet Type:Block Connection


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ToughOne or Ready-AireA/C Condenser

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(5 of 13 customers found this review helpful)


Not impressed


from Columbus, IN

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  • Lightweight
  • Low price


  • Difficult To Install

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  • Replacement

Comments about ToughOne or Ready-Aire A/C Condenser:

Not packed well at all. Condenser came out of the box warped (perhaps from being mis-handled). I had to transfer my old coupler studs to the new unit. No seals were included. Mounting brackets had to be loosened and moved around to match the vehicle bolt holes.

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    Why do I have to change the a/c condenser when I change out my compressor.
    Asked on 5/11/2014 by ab from vicksburg,ms

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      Hi Ab, glad to assist you! When changing compressors it's usually advised to flush the system, but with that condenser being parallel flow flushing will most likely plug it up. Changing the condenser is the only way to prevent another failure from a plugged up condenser.

      Answered on 5/12/2014 by Vincent from AAP
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