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Old 09-06-2011, 06:29 AM   #29
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There are several screws and brackets to remove to get the radiator out. Do you mean these for the radiator itself or the front sheet metal?

Pre RM chassis (mostly 318/413)

RM and Later Chassis (typically 318 / 440)

The brackets you see on the side of the radiator in those pics are brazed to the upper / lower tanks. Those portions are removed from the old core and brazed to the new core.


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just an update as of today hbcc cc vccvvvf

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just an update as of today the ad was taken down :(
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Old 09-06-2011, 05:03 PM   #32
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just an update as of today hbcc cc vccvvvf
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Poppatello, just joined this site after having trouble registering at classicwinnebagos.com now I see your warning what is the deal. Sorry this is probably the wrong place for this question but now I am really concerned.


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