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  1. #1
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    Jug of r-12 for sale

    I have a jug of R-12 for sale. It is still in the cardboard box and total weight is 34 pounds so it is nearly full. Asking $300.00

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    Cool

    Does any one even use 12 anymore?
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    Apparently not. lol, A customer gave it to me and I can't even sell it.

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    Cool

    I have not seen any around for a least 10 years. Even the old cars don't use it anymore.
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    we have a 50 pounder we have been using for over 10 years now and it still has 35-40 pounds still in it.

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    Maybe find someone working on old coke machines and drop your price? Just a thought. Everyone I know has already switched to the blends.

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    I have actually run out of R12, as some of the walkins that I work on run with R12. I'd like to make you an offer but due to the UK/US customs and the restriction of virgin use of R12, I don't think pressurised gas would even get out of the US let alone into the UK without expensive documentation and all the other billy hoo.

    Good luck with the sale anyway.
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    price is very negoiable (Spelling ???) at this point. I'm just tied of looking at it in my garage.

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    I actually have a collector car (Delorean) that still has R12 in it. I may be interested if the price is right. Where are you located?

    (edit).. Just noticed you are in Ohio.. How would you ship? I am in South Florida.

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    I still have 5 or 6 hundred pounds of it taking up room in my shed. I'm just waiting it will come back in style some day. Like bell bottom pants, tie dye shirts, and government protest. Trust me it's on it's way.

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    I still use it in some freezers. I still have tons sorry.

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    Do you ever come up to Cleveland? Will buy if price is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    Does any one even use 12 anymore?
    yes, mostly in old appliances where even hot shot dont do the job as well

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