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Joey, not a problem at all.  I did find a shop not to far from me.  Getting prices on recoring it or repairing it.  Trying to see if its worth trying to fix ourselves since my brother is able to braze.  We did mange to get the radiator out of the truck last night. Bushings were shot after 34 years lol, so going to replace them.  

just don't want to spend a couple thousand on a new radiator especially since the truck isn't used everyday or as a work truck.  Just a project truck.

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2 hours ago, Dirtymilkman said:

Just get a core from Detroit Radiator and do it yourself. Very easy to do and way cheaper and heavier. Should be same as as CL core. 

Second that. I used a 4 row CL radiator in my Superliner, Bolts right in. If you recore there is 2,3,4 and think 5 row cores. If cooling is a problem go with a larger row core. Easy to do with bolt on tanks.

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