I'll let you decide. Either way match up parts so you know they'll fit properly. Gets personal with 134a parts - they aren't as strong IMO especially the condensers up front one road stone they are gone. You can use buck shot at a tube and fin one and nothing goes wrong!
The "heat transfer" is what A/C is all about. The finer, thinner things are the more heat they can exchange however they can't tolerate any debris or be flushed effectively at all. It's just so easy to end up with something dumb and end up needing everything all over again and this a truck cab to cool unless you really want more BTUs than you already said was good I don't think it's worth it.
Had no choice with a condenser or didn't look hard enough and it worked fine so did the old one OE replaced because of an accident OE (not me) but rubbed a line thru radiator support that I couldn't weld or fix and it reduced known charge 10oz and said so on paper in the box.
At least there was no losing info on an exact charge to mess with all day to get right with unknowns. If you change it you may not get that info with it if needed at all,