Got a question about the AC on my 97 80. It's been pretty hot here (high 90's, low 100's) and the AC will kick on and off it's cooling cycle. I'm guessing that it's probably designed to do just that so that it doesn't overheat the engine, it just seems that it's doing it more frequently lately. One of the other guys in my club has a 94 that's doing the same thing (as we speak) during his road trip to LA. The truck was hit recently and the AC dryer on the front frame rail got bent. When the shop bent it back they kinked one of the lines and caused a leak. They fixed the leak and recharged the system, so I know I've got a full charge of refrigerant (unless they didn't fix the leak well enough). I would think that the AC systems on these trucks would be beefy enough to take running in high temps for awhile. Any thoughts?