Actually, it's a 1928 Chrysler with that 172 cid 4 cyl. Napa doesn't have a book that goes back that far, so I was "fishing" for what value, if there is one, that I could use. I once heard that one for a "H" Farmall will work,but how would I know if it's right?
Re: Condenser in reply to Unruh, 08-17-2012 19:01:46
In the ignition systems there is room to go bigger or smaller as for MFD of a condenser. Take the old one in and find one that fits and your most likely to be ok. But it is not common for a condenser to go bad and they can and will last decades
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