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    L Pfaff Feb 03, 2016

    In the beginning of car air conditioning (1955/1960 and thereafter) the 2-cylinder compressor was predominate, later the 4-, 5- and 7-cylinder and now, in West-Germany, about 50% are 10-cylinder compressors.

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    Piston Compressors



    http://accompressore.blogspot.ca/

  • Juanelle Burrell
    Juanelle Burrell Feb 03, 2016

    Thanks for the reply, but i need a 4piston for the project that i am working on:)

  • L Pfaff
    L Pfaff Feb 03, 2016

    ask at the wrecking yard, I believe GM mid 70,s

  • Juanelle Burrell
    Juanelle Burrell Feb 03, 2016

    Thank you

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