Hey TRB!! This is Jon...aka Konapdlr from MTBR. Although I am not in the Mt biking scene anymore I just happened to be searching for ac info on google and found this site and recognized your handle (TRB).
I have a question.
I am currently in the process of buying either a 1970-72 International travelall. Two out of the three vehicles I am looking at do not have ac. Obviously I would like to have it due to the heat out here. What would you recommend for me if I was to purchase ne of these vehicles without ac? Can you install an aftermarket unit?
ps. You still riding?
Hey dude nice to hear from you. Which engine do you have in them. We have a kit for the Scout II. We have done some under-dash systems in the Travellall's in the past. This time of year we could even do some custom stuff if needed. You still out in Queen Creek?
I still ride mostly the PMP area. Never had so many knee issues but I still love riding.
Ventana El Rey 29'er
Sweet ride! I just sold My Explosif 29. I might get back into it next year or so.
The one I am looking at has a 304 V8.
Thanks this post just found a bid glitch on our main site ackits.com. I fixed the Travell All section. This fits the 72 through 75 but we can work with what ever you end up with. If you actually buy one swing it by the shop first so we can be sure a mount can be designed if it's an earlier model.
72 through 75
I put the Niner up so sale on MTBR this week as I always grab the EL Rey now and can't SS with my knee.
Does the price of that ac unit include labor?
Unfortunatly I am buying from out of state. I am looking at a truck in Idaho and one in Virginia. The one in Idaho has AC but the guy isn't to quick to try to sell it. The one in Virginia is on the high end of my budget and costs more to ship and doesn't have ac. I just can't win! LOL
What size is the Niner?
Also, can you fix my Handle. TravelAll instead of TravellAll.
Edited: Sat November 22, 2008 at 1:44 PM by TravelAll
Handle should be changed now but let me know if there are any issues as that was a first time request, [email protected] Labor would be an additional cost but can work a winter time deal if you plan this before summer hits again.
Going out to mow the yards, but if you have any questions I'll be in and out all day.
If the truck is a stick shift you must bend the shifter to clear the hang on head unit.
My 73 IHC 1210 had one and I couldnt use 1st or 3rd gear because the shifter hit the AC unit Thing must have been used like that for many, many years.
We always check clearance, Jeeps, International, Chevy and Ford trucks all need to have the shifter modified a little.
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