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Old 01-24-2007, 07:55 PM   #1
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Just wondering how many use there dash A/C. Seems everyone runs thier genset and roof A/C. If that is the case could you remove the A/C from the motor or would that be a mistake. Also on the right side manifold the air tupes were removed and pluged. The left side still has em, not cracked or anything, just wondering if i could just remove the hose to em and put a plug there for now. Then do away with those air pumps. Still learning and having fun . Thanks for everyone's help.

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