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AC Outlet Hose damage

Hey everyone note sure if anyone has had to replace the ac line that gos from the compressor in front of the engine to the back driver side. Well my blow back valve from my supercharger over the years have rubbed a hole in this line. Well I went around town (O'Reily, Auto Zone and Advance) none of them had it and all they had for me was factory factory and factory. So I went to Ford and they want $180 for this line. I just wanted to see if anyone here has had to get this line in the past and see if you found it any were else for a lower price. Now if some one has a good fix then I'm all for it.

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RockAuto Auto Parts has low prices and just about everything OEM, maybe you can get a better price there


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Are you talking about the metal line?

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Here are the associate part #s.
Accumulator to Compressor 5R3Z19D742A $172.82
Compressor to Condenser 4R3Z19972AA$ 103.68
Accumulator to Line 4R3Z19835AA 155.54
Line to Condenser 4R3Z19835AB $68.42

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thanks guys. it been getting F**K Hot here in Texas to be stuck in traffic with no AC lol
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