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a/c compressor applications

ZRGator

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Okay, so I'll try to find a compressor by the other ways it might have been used...that is: on what other 67 GM cars was the Frigidaire A-6, part number 5910645 a/c compressor used? This is the one last original part I need to begin a serious run at TF for my 67 coupe.

I Googled myself silly and can't find a good source for cross reference so I sez to myself, I sez, "The guys may know."
So here I am, hat in hand, looking for the answer.;help
Thanks for the help, y'all.
 
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I don't know what the interchanges are, but the 645 Corvette compressor differed in two ways from most passenger car compressors - it had a larger pulley on the clutch, and the electrical connector for the clutch was on the outboard side (most pass car compressors had it on the other side).

:beer
 

ZRGator

Gone but not forgotten
Joined
Aug 26, 2004
Messages
322
Location
West Friendship, MD
Corvette
1993 40th ZR1, 1967 Red 427/400 coupe
I don't know what the interchanges are, but the 645 Corvette compressor differed in two ways from most passenger car compressors - it had a larger pulley on the clutch, and the electrical connector for the clutch was on the outboard side (most pass car compressors had it on the other side).

:beer
Crud, John....are you saying they're unique? That is a downer.:ugh
 

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