I have a new Carrier 3 ton R22 evap coil I bought a few years ago and haven't used. My current R22 system has a microleak but hasn't gotten any worse so I never installed the thing. It has a factory installed R22 TXV.
I might want to use this coil on a new R410a system if I can find a TXV to fit it. It has a threaded connection on the distributor end and the EQ line is brazed. I am pretty sure I can remove the thing and can rebraze the new EQ line. But I am not sure about the threaded connection to the manifold side. Is that standard so that a Goodman or whatever will fit or do I need to find a genuine Carrier/Bryant part?
Here is the distributor side:
Not sure how the 3/8 liquid line is attached into the front of the TXV body either. Does that piece thread in/out? It doesn't look like it was brazed in.