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Air conditioning compressor brackets

bovine

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For Sale: I have the upper and lower engine mounting bracket for the air conditioning compressor on Piper Cherokee and Arrows. Part numbers 99624-00 and 79584-08, respectively.

According to the Piper parts manual, which lists it as being applicable to PA-28-140, PA-28-180, and PA-28R-200 aircraft models that are equipped with Air Conditioning.

Contact me if you're interested in either of these. [email protected]

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Did you convert to stock alternator with no air-conditioning. I am looking for options for my piper
 

bovine

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Did you convert to stock alternator with no air-conditioning. I am looking for options for my piper
Yes, I replaced my old alternator with a PlanePower and mounted it on the normal side of the engine.

My old alternator was mounted on the pilot's side using a fabricobbled bracket (by some prior owner) that finally failed, and rather than locate a new bracket I chose to revert the installation to the stock configuration.

I bought a new PlanePower alternator (even though my old alternator was aging but still technically good) because it came with some of the mounting hardware. I had to also buy P/N 63531-00 (channel alternator bracket) for $70, plus a new belt P/N 05-06877 for $50.

We also had to change the ring gear from the two-groove version to a single groove version (Starter ring gear support assy 68867, with ring gear 60882) for about $400.
 
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