Old Lennox AC with New Bryant furnance

Hi,
I want to get a new Bryant high efficiency furnace to replace the old Lennox one (maybe 35+ years). But the current furnace has an AC (evaporator C16 & outdoor condensing unit HS18). I wonder if it's ok to use the old AC with new Bryant furnace?
BTW: I also have a quote for a new Lennox furnace (5-year labor warranty), but it's $1500 high than the Bryant one (but only 1-year labor). Is the Lennox one worthwhile?
Thanks!
John
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John61 wrote:

A good rule of thumb is when you replace the furnace replace the evaporator coil at the same time. It will pay in the long run.
On labor warranty, a year is really all you need. Most problems will show up within 3 months if any.
They are all good. If you buy their high end you will be happy.
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