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d21 ac to napz 2.4?

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d21 ac to napz 2.4?

My buddy has all the hardware from his now gone  hardbody.Has this been done? And in a nut shell how much is involved?

Yocom

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The compressor will likely bolt up OK but everything else???? I doubt the A/C unit is designed to fit the 720 cab nor the controls

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I want to see this work, badly. So take lots of pics and we will all copy you!

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Everything under the hood should bolt on, you will have to fabricate under the dash. I find it easier to use the D21 heater box with the evap and blower with stock controls to the new stuff but it will have to be figured out. D21 has a nice firewall boot to keep the engine heat out, get it also if you can

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This should work quite well

I have pulled many hardbody and 720 dashes apart and the heater/ACs dash units are not compatible!

 

If you do not have experience do not say it will work fine. 

 

Is this the reason you are here noramost and not on Desert Datsuns anymore, bad info?

 

720 Heater and AC assembly in my66 520

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D21 heater and AC aasembly

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Hardbogy_Heater_and_AC_2.jpg

 

Mounts piping wiring is all different between the 2 different series trucks.

 

This really pisses me off when someone gives out bad info to someone seeking help.  If you do not know do not post you do!

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Thats too bad.I was offered the parts for very cheap and on I pay my buddy just whenever type of credit  deal.

Thanks,Yocom

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PM me i have 720 heater and AC parts.  I need to know what you need.

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Charlie

I need everything lol.The biggest of thanks for your offer.-----I need to pass for now but hey im sure theres others here who would love to purchase those from you.

Thanks again,Yocom

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Might be cheaper and easier to buy an aftermarket AC kit.

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AC will be going to Washinhgton in June.

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