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Have been in search of one myself. Partstrain and LMC list ones for diesels but not for a/c???
lmc's support only fits up to '95.5 which you could use but you would have to get a radiator and over flow tank and set it up like a '95
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core suport.

i have a 96 f250 and its got a 460 in it. i need to get a new core support and trying to see if a diesel would work better. i have several problems with the gas core support. i put a 4 core radiator to help with cooling and it helps but doesn't really fit. i plan on cutting both ends off and raising them 3 inches to match the body lift also. the core support i have is bent but i can straiten and cut the bend out. i just not sure if it would be easier to start with a diesel core support and have less work. i know the body lines are all the same.
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