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    I've found reference in the forum to using an AC mount from Case to locate the compressor high on the left side of the engine. I have the picture with all the parts, but there was no description with it or what Case application was referenced. Could anyone help me out.

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    Thanks, I've seen this one. I would like to use it but it will interfer with my front motor mount. The one I'm refering to is for a high mount on the top left side of the engine run by a seperate belt. The picture said it was from a piece of Case construction equipment and that is what I'm trying to find out.

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    Can you scan the picture and post it up? Maybe that will help someone who knows chime in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shizlotty View Post
    I've found reference in the forum to using an AC mount from Case to locate the compressor high on the left side of the engine. I have the picture with all the parts, but there was no description with it or what Case application was referenced. Could anyone help me out.

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    Here's what came on my stepvan.
    It's an OshKosh Chassis.
    Possibly OshKosh Motorhome chassis also use the same mount on a 5.9L?

    The mount is rather simple in design.
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    If the mid-mount ford/freightliner style AC mount interferes with your front engine mount just cut the lower half of the ac bracket off. It works perfectly fine without the lower half. And instead of using the down pointing tube style lower waterneck intended for this style mount just use the normal front facing waterneck with extra long bolts.

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    Here is the info for Case A/C
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    Thanks all, appreciate the help.

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