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  1. #14
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    Wow, if they did they would have to also rid of:

    R404A

    R407A, B, C, and D

    R413A

    R416A

    R417A

    R419A

    R420A

    R422A and D

    R423A

    That would be pretty crazy if they had to change all these blends.

  2. #15
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    http://www.search-autoparts.com/sear...tegoryId=41884

    Peter Coll:

    "The big news of course is the change away from R-134a as noted in the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) meeting we had (recently) down in Dallas. It looks like that's going to happen. There are equipment and tools coming out and more information being let out about the new refrigerant that's going to take over for R-134a. "

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