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Yes and if going to switch then R134A is both cheap and available ($.88/cat at Walmart last time I was there) and works well in a Reatta. I also change the oriface (white), dryer, and O-rings any time the system is opened. Once a flush was required to remove old lubricants but modern ones claim compatibility with both.

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Don't change your system from R12 unless it has a problem and you need other work done to it, even then I probably wouldn't change it.  Buy a bunch of R12 now while it's still around and you are good to go.  I also see it on Facebook marketplace regularly 

 

 

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