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Now that summer is almost over, I finally got my Vintage Air installed. Now that I've done one, I would do some things differently but overall it was a straight on install. I cannot believe the amount of air that blows through the vents. Hopefully one day next week, I will take it to a friends shop and have it charged. Even in N.W. Florida, it can stay warm through October but the main thing is it will be ready for next summer. Finally, thanks to everyone who helped me and answered questions to get me though this poject.
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Fish, you are right, but I did use thre word almost. I probably should have used capital letters. On the large scale, I really don't live too far from you so our weather is close to the same. Heck, sometimes we even share Hurricanes. I'm sure before next summer, I will get the chance to use my new a/c.
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These units do blow a lot of air and leave a lot to be desired in the instruction manual end. I hear ya with doing things different if doing another install but glad mine is over just as your's is. I'm glad I did the install but it took longer than I thought or I just took more time to do it right, who knows.

I used to live in P-Cola back in 1992/93 when I was the store manager of the Super Shops Automotive Performance center on Brent Lane just west of I-110 across from the Christian college. Interesting town and nice beaches.

Enjoy your Air :thumbsup3:
 
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