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  1. #1
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    Default 68 Camaro Sure Fit A/C Kit

    If I go ahead and cap my old blower motor hole, will I have to remove the fender to install the Vintage Air Sure Fit A/C kit? I would like to go ahead and spray the jams and install the front cap back on before I buy the A/C kit. I would like to wait until right before I spray the car before I spend that money.

    Thanks for the help,
    Jim



  2. #2
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    If you use a sure fit, you can go ahead and cap the blower hole. If you use the Gen 2 setup that DSE offers, you'll need to run your lines through that hole.

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    I posted this pic a while back. I have a Sure Fit kit. I looked into the Gen II set up. Before I made up my mind I called VA and asked them if the cooling capacity was the same or close between the two kits? He asked where I lived and when I told him TX he said I would be happier with the Sure Fit.
    Shannon

    Modo Innovations
    940-391-9002

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    The reason most remove the fender is to remove the factory heater case (engine side). The blower motor side of the box is too large to remove (if everything is still attached). I guess you could remove the tire and inner fender to do the same task. I remove the fender and inner fender as an assembly when I did my install and the extra working room helped out. Now if I could ever get time to install the S&P accessory brackets (to mount the sanden compressor) I could finally reap the benefits of AC.
    Chris
    1968 Chevy Camaro SS
    LS3/T56 Ridetech suspension




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