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Bonanza- Factory Air or After-Market?



 
 
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Old July 21st 03, 06:56 AM
Ashton
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Default Bonanza- Factory Air or After-Market?

Anyone heard any complaints about the factory installed A/C units versus an
after-market like the Keith Products model. (other than loss of horsepower.)

Ashton


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Old July 21st 03, 06:19 PM
Peter Duniho
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"Ashton" wrote in message
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Anyone heard any complaints about the factory installed A/C units versus

an
after-market like the Keith Products model. (other than loss of

horsepower.)

I can't answer your question, sorry. But I'll suggest that you try
rec.aviation.owning. Not that no one here will be able to answer, but you
may get more and/or better information there.


 




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