: Found R12



Mojochiken
06-01-06, 10:36 AM
I found this on the Boston craigslist http://boston.craigslist.org/pts/166584689.html He says he's got about 30 one pound cans. I hope this will help somebody...:alchi:

N0DIH
06-01-06, 01:57 PM
I would look at one of the approved R12 replacements before paying that much. Long term costs are cheaper.

The EPA has a list of the approved ones. There is some non approved but they still end up being sold (illegally).

But at least there is someone willing to sell... Man I should have bought a ton of it when it was $.99 a 16 oz can at Target years ago!!!

Junkman
06-01-06, 08:44 PM
What he calls CHEAP, I call outrageous!!!!!! The price of R12 is dropping because no one is using it any longer. There is still a lot of supply if you know where to look. I have also noticed that the cost of R134 is on the rise. Must be the popularity, but someone told me that the plant that manufactures it burned to the ground a few months ago. I was never able to confirm this as fact.....Junk...


WE HAVE 2 30 POUND CANS OF R12 FREON FOR $575.00 EACH WE ALSO HAVE INDIVIDUAL 1 POUND CANS FOR $27.00 EACH CALL 781-324-3570

Mojochiken
06-02-06, 06:40 AM
He is selling it a bit pricey but if you really need it...
I would like to try r414b (hot shot) all of the stuff I've read 'sounds' good as a direct replacement for r12.