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    Does anyone know of any sources for these anymore now that American Condenser/Vista Pro are gone (doesn't seem like United Systems is doing much with their back-catalog and nobody lists the 1039293 in stock any longer)? I can obviously still get a Denso 477-0136 or 477-0145, but I'm quite sure it will not be a parallel flow design (despite the claims otherwise on some forum posts).

    I've considered using a condenser from another model and having some custom fittings made or similar, but if there is a more drop-in solution, that would be better/easier obviously.

    Any thoughts?

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    Do you have the Snap-On catalog for parts in TIS like we do on this side of the border? Just wondering.
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    Default Re: Source for Parallel Flow A/C Condenser?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick M View Post
    Do you have the Snap-On catalog for parts in TIS like we do on this side of the border? Just wondering.
    No, we don't.

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    Maybe look in the medium/heavy truck segment where A/C kits are sometimes added on.
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    1982-1985 Chevrolet S10 came up on google. It might be oversized to what we need. Measurements were not on the page with the $61.00 price tag. I just don't want to repeat what you have already seen and know that it doesn't fit.
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    Looking for one also to put in my 1992, i have new dryer, r134 expansion valve and gasket kit. Just need the condenser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenChevelleSS View Post
    Looking for one also to put in my 1992, i have new dryer, r134 expansion valve and gasket kit. Just need the condenser.
    Which expansion valve did you order?

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    Denso 4750107
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