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With the modern day serpentine assembly the compressor is located on the passenger side. After some searching I couldn't find a ready-made ac line package.
If someone would drop me a link to one I'd really appreciate it. Maybe I'm using the wrong search terms when looking for such things.

The only other thing I need to figure out is which vacuum line for the vent damper I'll need to reconnect once the new engine is swapped.
I'm sure that will become apparent once I get the spider web of emissions junk removed. Thanks!
 

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If they don't have it at the Nostalgic Air site below, it simply does not exist.


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10-4, thank you Rick. Yeah this is right in line with what I already found. The best path forward is to visit a shop and have the lines made once the engine is in place. Appreciate it!
 

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I used F-body hoses for my swap ( direct bolt in, using an F-body condenser as well), but I specifically chose the correct Sanden pump that would accept the GM style hoses. That pump was Sanden 4864.
 
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