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Old 08-26-2006, 12:43 PM
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Default radiator bottom attachment

The three bottom bolts on my radiator are suppose to bolt to the radiator surrounding however the area where the holes were are completly rusted away aside from welding a new peice of metal had anyone come up with a way to prevent the radiator from moving back and hitting the fan? Will the lower radiator hose keep this from happening? It must have for me because the radiator must have not had those bolts in the frame work for some time, I loosened them however they were not attached to anything. :7
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Old 08-26-2006, 03:17 PM
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Default RE: radiator bottom attachment

not a solution, but if you've got a cruise-o-matic, the tranny cooler lines are probably helping to keep the radiator in place as well.


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