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  1. #14
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    No straw, that's the pole for the umbrella at the table. Just looks like a giant straw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    I sure didn't know the tall ones. How did you get them?
    Oh, I got a few tricks up my sleeve.
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    Amazing! What else do you have on that relic?

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    At least for 1967, available sizes for those type of units were 6, 8 (thought it was 7.5), and 10 ton units. Tandem units were available as 16 and 20 ton units. R-22 refrigerant. TXV metering device for indoor section. Bit heavy also, at over 700 lbs for the 6 ton unit.

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    They are built! Know a model #?

    2 props sucking air in through the coil then it exits out the top?

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    I'll scan the specs when I get home. Think I may have a color photo of one.

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    Actually, I was wrong. Last column in specs is uncrated weight. The 6 ton is only 400 lbs. Kinda puny
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    I like that right picture. Looks like GE did it the way Bryant did on the roof, the separate condenser and packaged gas heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    I got a hundred bucks that says that all the "oil" filled run caps are still good in the GE.

    R-500 I think.No. I'm sure.
    I ran into an old 7.5 mf x 370 volt cap last week.
    About 8 inches long and as big as an oblonged pop can.
    Still working.
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    GASP!
    THEY'RE GONE!
    The church replaced all for of those classics. Really splurged on the replacements, best name in commercial A/C!

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