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Old February 7th, 2006, 04:10 PM   #1
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Question What vehicles have a York 210 series compressor?

What vehicles can a York 210 series compressor be found on? Im trying to set up On Board Air and I don't want to have to buy a new compressor unless I have to. I heard they can be found on old Volvos but I don't know what years. These are the Large displacement, Heavy Duty Compressors. Thank you for your help!
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Old February 7th, 2006, 06:11 PM   #2
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From the mid-1970's to the mid-1980's, they were used on Ford, AMC (including Jeep), International Harvester, Oldsmobile, Volvo, and Porsche vehicles.
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I know Jeep used them from 1974 (maybe earlier) through 1986, primarily on their full-size Wagoneers, Cherokees, and J-trucks
http://www.jedi.com/obiwan/jeep/yorkair.html

nothing personal but, www.google.com works well for this sort of thing. There is a TON of info floating around. Mine was $25. They're not expensive. It was off an '84 Wagoneer.

Just look for this chilling under the hood. V (EDIT: The connectors may be different, don't go by them. Left=AMC Jeep, Right=Ford)



Don't bother with the tags, they differ too much. Mine had a York tag on it and it still didn't match up with any of the numbers from any site. The best way to tell what model york it is is the crank shaft end. The first site tells you how to take off the clutch and check (in the identification link).



This is consistant with all sites and information I've found. That first site is a really good site. Also look for a pulley that can go over or be welded to the V-belts if your running a serpentine, a factory serpentine is all but impossible to find. New serpentine clutches are ~$130, I garuntee having one welded on is going to be cheaper.

Good luck!

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Is there a certain stroke that you should look for or is desired?
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Old February 7th, 2006, 06:24 PM   #4
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Long Stroke = 10.3 ci (169 cc)

Medium Stroke = 8.69 ci (142 cc)

Short Stroke = 6.10 ci (100 cc)

The medium should still provide plenty of air, I'm not shure I'd bother with the short one.

Hmmm.. me thinks I should post a write up on this in the next day or 2..
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Old February 7th, 2006, 07:19 PM   #5
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nothing personal but, www.google.com works well for this sort of thing. There is a TON of info floating around.
I used google thats why im here...I used google, froogle, ebay, mj, junkyards and jeepin.com. Thats y im here. If google has everything then i guess we dont need this forum.:miff:
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Yeah I suppose. Just when I searched for it a month or 2 ago the first 8 sites out of 10 had the info.

You used froogle, ebay, mj, junkyards and jeepin.com and didn't find one? I wouldn't think the local junkyards wouldn't have a single one in any of them. Did you search every one of them within your allowable driving range?
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Old February 7th, 2006, 07:27 PM   #7
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did u use www.gizoogle.com ?
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Seriously muddinguy. I want the 1 second of my life back that I took viewing your post.
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ok here ya go .........................................
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haha gotta love gizoogle! but no i only called like 5-6 junkyards in a 30mile range havent tried any more but i got a list of more to call.
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Find ones you can walk around in, or walk around with someone. I called shit loads of people asking about a bellhousing. One of which was just down the road and gave a much too quick for me reply. Drove down there and imediately picked out 6 of them sitting out in front. (15 minutes after calling)

Sometimes they don't feel like looking for it if it covers a broad variety of vehicles. They want a specific year and make. If you actually come in they have a better chance of selling something and are more willing to help you find it.

The fucktard above told me he didn't have any sort of Ford bellhousing whatsoever. It was almost like he didn't want my business. Then he bitched (from behind the counter of course) about how much work it hould be to get it out. Took maybe 15 minutes.

Other yards hauled a car out from underneth 2 cars in order to make a sale of $15 for some door handles.

I'd set a day off like a weekend and drive around to several.

EDIT* Oh, and only offer them $25-$30. It's a worn out, 20 year old A/C pump that there is lots of, tell them to take it or leave it.

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I'd set a day off like a weekend and drive around to several.

EDIT* Oh, and only offer them $25-$30. It's a worn out, 20 year old A/C pump that there is lots of, tell them to take it or leave it.
Any tricks to knowing if the York is any good or if its bad? Thanks for the heads up.
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Either hold you thumb over the output and see how hard it is to keep it there or see how much it sucks. I haven't really heard of them needing rebuilt all that often.

I should correct the above. They're not nessecarily worn out as much as old and heavily used 20 yr old pump.

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if they are a a/c compressor, dont they need oil? how do you solve this? and do you have one on your truck? if so id like to see a pic of the compressor mounted and belt route. and CL got any sugestions on a good junkyard around BR?
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These are a popular choise because they have their own internal oil supply. These things are also fricken enourmus.. 6"wide, 8" front to back (including pulley) and 11" (if you have the super short AMC connectors) Tall.

Here's a few pics on a 4.0L (I thuink the 2nd 2 are 258)







Theres not too many good pics of the routing, I'll search more after class.

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They can be had out of the late 70's thru late 80's ford t-cars, crown vics, gr marquis's and such.
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got any sugestions on a good junkyard around BR?
I know of one basically in BR, never did much with them yet though, just asked about a pulley for my York project.

If you head North on State St. turn right at the last light out of town (East Pere Marquette St / Baldwin St - Same road, 2 names). After wards the road should slope down and you'll go over a bridge and go back up. theres a couple intersections there and I believe it to be the 2nd intersection (Catherine St.) *EDIT - it will be a left turn. This turns into 197th Ave (refrence). The junkyard is called Phils? It's on the left side, a little ways out of town, but not far at all. They don't let you walk around the yard aimlessly but if your looking for a part like a York I think they'll walk back there with you looking for one (can't garuntee though).

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They can be had out of the late 70's thru late 80's ford t-cars, crown vics, gr marquis's and such.
Yeah, they used them everywhere.

Also just remembered about the elusive Serpentine clutch. SUPPOSEDLY, an 82-84 Mustang had the clutch. I have no idea what engine, or model or anything else. If you see one from that time period it may prove fruitful popping the hood.

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BELT ROUTING. Pic is too huge, but really good.

A page on a neat way to mount the compressor.

I'll post an actual write up of all the sites/info and everything I've come across later tonight
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Save a LOT of time and maybe some money...

go to www.car-part.com 1000s of junkyards with stock online. Find the cheap one, call them, make sure its what you want and have it shipped.

Might be a little difficult to determine the displacemnet, tho...
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I'll post an actual write up of all the sites/info and everything I've come across later tonight
Piss. 9 pages with just compressor info... Ok, the post may be a day or 2, but it will come by the end of the week.

You'll like it yellowjeeperman

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