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ToughOne A/C Condenser

Part No. 6320 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:Serpentine Design
Core Size:23 7/16 x 12 15/16 x 1 1/8 in
Inlet Type:Block Connection
Meets Or Exceeds O.E.M. Specifications:Yes
Outlet Type:Block Connection


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ToughOneA/C Condenser

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NOT Parallel flow, IS Serpentine flow.


from Carson, CA

About Me Mechanic


  • Easy To Install


  • No Improvement In Performance

Best Uses

  • Restoration

Comments about ToughOne A/C Condenser:

Technical description says "Serpentine flow" but the main description says " Utilize popular parallel flow"... which is it? It can't be both. it is like night and day. You have one or the other.
Judging by the pictures, it is indeed serpentine flow and identical to original condenser. If you have a lot of R12 sitting around, then buy this and instal it. Otherwise, if you have to retrofit to R134, or R12A or anything but R12, don't bother. You will be disappointed as I am.


Poor Manufactures Handling


from NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about ToughOne A/C Condenser:

[...] Inspecting the condenser it looked perfect, till I went to install it there are 2 pins on the bottom side of the condenser that have to go into rubber bushing on the frame of the car they were out 3/4". Then after closer inspection I noticed both side mounting rails had been pushed in, had to loosen some screws that mount the rails to the condenser and adjust them to the right spacing and then paint the exposed aluminum. Then after installing it again the lower fitting was 1/4" too high, had to carefully bend it down without cracking the aluminum core. This damage was caused by poor handling at the manufacture I should have exchanged it for another one but who has the time now a days. The reason I purchased this particular condenser is that the aluminum core was painted this helps against salt corrosion. This damage should have been seen by Quality Control Dept. at manufacture, cost me a hour of my time to make it right.

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