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    So with that I ask that anyone with a question about one of our build ups or a general tech question to please use the forum as it was intended. I am absolutely available by telephone to answer your questions as well but at times may direct you back to our website to better field your question or questions. Most other private messages I will be glad to answer for you.

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    Jeff Ismail
    Owner/Operator

York A/C Compressors

ihpartsjeff

Administrator & Owner
Staff member
Did york/tecumseh a/c compressor's ever come with a serpentine belt type clutch pulley? Curious as I eventually will be needing to know for my future serpentine belt set-ups.
 

Bill USN-1

F.I. Moderator
Have you thought about just using the sanden compressor?
I run 2 side by side.
1 for ac and 1 for oba.(2 won't work with serpentine belt though!!)
if you are upgrading, the sanden is a much better unit to run!!

I understand if you are looking to make up retro kits to sell.
 

ihpartsjeff

Administrator & Owner
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the 1983 Ford mustang had york upright compresors.
Or try these guys.
::kilby enterprises::

Thanks Craig. I'll look into this one.

have you thought about just using the sanden compressor?
I run 2 side by side.
1 for ac and 1 for oba.(2 won't work with serpentine belt though!!)
if you are upgrading, the sanden is a much better unit to run!!

I understand if you are looking to make up retro kits to sell.
The prototype set-up I am making now is using a sanden compressor. But I want to be able to sell belt serp conversion kits in the future for those still running the york compressor.
 

Michael Mayben

IHPA Tech Moderator - Retired & No Longer Online
Jeff...you still on speaking terms with these folks?

https://catalog.foothilloffroad.com...d8182973b73a6&oscsid=9b0cc06bbe1d8182973b73a6

Look at the p/n ke25-513352 (a kilbey p/n I think, doesn't match a t/cci/york number).

You might check with them(or kilbey direct) for the dimensions for that clutch and see if it might work for ya.

I don't have a new york here at this time to verify the root supplier of the cci/york clutches, I "think" it's still warner electric...but they May have changed over to ogura...I've now been gone a long time from this stuff and I'm just throwin' out stuff that might turn into a lead for ya.

As a wholesale/retail bizz...I'm sure that the folks at t/cci in decatur, il would talk with ya about this clutch source, etc. Tell 'em yore lookin' for a couplea thousand pieces!

Here's the link:

welcome to climate control inc. (cci) - the leading manufacturer of heavy duty air conditioning and refrigeration air compressors.

A "mutual" friend of our's (email me bc for the contact he's an IHSTO bubba!) has a workaround for the "oil bowout" on the york doublepumper when used as a compressed air source...it might be something that you would be interested in discussing with him! And it does not involve a coalescing filter or puke bottle, or anything of the sort!

I'll keep looking for the root manufacturer/p/n for the clutch you are looking for...however...in many cases, the entire compressor assembly can be purchased new for not much more dinero than the clutch alone!
 

ihpartsjeff

Administrator & Owner
Staff member
Jeff...you still on speaking terms with these folks?

https://catalog.foothilloffroad.com...d8182973b73a6&oscsid=9b0cc06bbe1d8182973b73a6

Look at the p/n ke25-513352 (a kilbey p/n I think, doesn't match a t/cci/york number).

You might check with them(or kilbey direct) for the dimensions for that clutch and see if it might work for ya.

I don't have a new york here at this time to verify the root supplier of the cci/york clutches, I "think" it's still warner electric...but they May have changed over to ogura...I've now been gone a long time from this stuff and I'm just throwin' out stuff that might turn into a lead for ya.

As a wholesale/retail bizz...I'm sure that the folks at t/cci in decatur, il would talk with ya about this clutch source, etc. Tell 'em yore lookin' for a couplea thousand pieces!

Here's the link:

welcome to climate control inc. (cci) - the leading manufacturer of heavy duty air conditioning and refrigeration air compressors.

A "mutual" friend of our's (email me bc for the contact he's an IHSTO bubba!) has a workaround for the "oil bowout" on the york doublepumper when used as a compressed air source...it might be something that you would be interested in discussing with him! And it does not involve a coalescing filter or puke bottle, or anything of the sort!

I'll keep looking for the root manufacturer/p/n for the clutch you are looking for...however...in many cases, the entire compressor assembly can be purchased new for not much more dinero than the clutch alone!
Thanks michael. I was hoping you would chime in on this. I'll definetely let you know when I'm ready to move on with the kit so I can get that contact info from you bc style.
 
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