Hi all, I decided rather than fight the R12 ban situation, (my a/c needs to be charged) I'm going to just convert to R134a. Since the car is so old, and all the A/C parts are original to it (it cycles, but doesn't cool very well) I've ordered an OEM-style replacement compressor, condenser, hoses, orifice tube, core & cap kit, seal & gasket kit, and a drier. Since all these components only totaled $312, I felt like it was worth it rather than attempting to flush the old refrigerant oil out of everything and still have a clog. This lead me to ask the question of whether or not the drier RockAuto offers for an '82 Mustang is compatible with R134a. It's a Global Parts Distributors (GPD)1411345. I've searched until my fingers bled for any indication of what it's compatible with. Should I be safe & source a drier that states 134a, or is it safe to assume that anything they're selling in 2018 is R134a compatible? Picked her up from the original owner last weekend. 64,000 original miles.