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piper air conditioning parts for sale

catherine

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These are the parts that were removed from my 1973 PA-28-140. The air conditioning had been installed at the factory but some of the parts (like the ring gear) are not very old.

Feel free to make me an offer on some/all.

Best,
Catherine

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daviddancer99

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Is this the complete setup? If not, what is missing?

How much for all?
 

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Here is the excerpt from the parts catalog. I have a few other small/minor parts but these should be the main ones.

Individually these parts are (no surprise) extremely expensive. Note that the ring gear is the special one that accepts two belts. I'd be interested in offers for the bundle. If someone wants individual parts, I may consider that but would rather sell as a group.

View attachment piper a:c parts.pdf
 

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Catherine, remind me...were these working when removed from the aircraft? I know I should know that, but couldn't remember.
 

catherine

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The last time I used it, it worked well. But, by the time I removed it, the coolant was gone and so there was clearly a leak somewhere.
 

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Out of curiosity, what is the total weight change by removing all of that?
 

catherine

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I’m not sure. All that is pretty heavy but, of course, some of those items were replaced by similar items.
 

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You'll also need the panel mounted switches. And all the hoses, and the rear ductwork, and the hard lines that are installed in the lower fuselage longerons.
 

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Right. I have some of the smaller parts and hoses but probably not all.

I’m thinking this makes more sense for someone who has Piper factory a/c and needs parts.

Best,
Catherine
 
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The evaporator, condenser, and compressor need to be oiled and sealed asap. Otherwise they will corrode internally in very short order, rendering them worthless.
 

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