In case any of you guys didn't know this, Big Lots has R134a on sale for $8.00 for a 12 oz can. I picked up 10 cans one day thinking they were going to sell out but went back a week later and they still had more. So I picked up 4 more cans.
Last time they had R134a, they sold out in one day. They said the local A/C tech (believe the same guy who charged me $130 to fix my Explorer) bought every can they had.
$8.00 a can is like paying $320.00 for a 30 lb cylinder. It's easy to buy cylinders for less than $200 now so whoever bought all the cans for professional use wasn't very good at math.
Edited: Tue July 12, 2011 at 11:24 AM by mk378
Oh so AAP price @ $12 isn't a buy? lol what a joke!!!!
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Advance used to have 30 pound cylinders behind the counter, and their price on them was rather good.
This was a huge find for me. I am trying fix the AC on my '00 chevy conversion van. I think it holds about 3.5 lbs.
I just picked up 6 cans from Big Lots for $8 each. I think it is like $11 at wal mart.
No cans at the local Big Lots last night. 20% off sale there today BTW.
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