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Old 05-26-2002, 01:19 AM
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Hi, I am from Rimbey Alberta (about 2 hours north of calgary) and I am not new to this site, but I have not become a member until this year. I have a question that I am in urgent need of an answer to. I was wondering how you would separate the rubber mounts that hold the radiator support to the frame as I am in the process of completely redoing the front clip on my 1970 ford sport custom and the radiator support has holes almost large enough to stick my fist through.
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Old 05-26-2002, 01:42 AM
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I've been to Rimbey a few times.

1st post eh?

What took you so long ?

Member ?,I think you mean "User"

I am not that familiar with the 70.
If you asked a week ago I could have looked at one.
Sorry,
Maybe ask the guys in the 67-72 Forum.


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