Receiver/Dryer x-reference

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Receiver/Dryer x-reference

Postby Fubar1764 » Wed 24.05.2006, 15:50

The current part is Four Seasons 33455. It fits a 88-93 Pontiac. Sells for approximately $40, not the 200GBP Lotus would like! :shock:
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Postby Fubar1764 » Thu 01.06.2006, 13:57

Yesterday, I replaced the receiver/dryer. The replacement part was Frigette #207-504. The can is a little bit taller than the OEM, but the fittings fit exactly. The item was $16.
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Re: Receiver/Dryer x-reference

Postby cliff » Sun 06.03.2016, 09:52

Bit of a thread revival but here goes.

For those of us with AC, Compressortech sell a Parker reciever dryer, part number 085268-03 which is identical to the Lotus item. They tell me this is a common fit to older classic cars, they also sell the fitting adaptors. Cost £25.

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http://www.compressortech.co.uk/
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Re: Receiver/Dryer x-reference

Postby lotusrepair » Sun 06.03.2016, 22:21

I was getting ready to ask about a dryer part number. AS the warm weather approaches the a/c compressor needs to be changed.

Thanks for the info
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