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Need some real advice on Radiator CORE SUPPORT

i have a 1997 F350 ...ok guys i found a few core supports i have herd from so many people there is no aftermarket support that will work regardless if they tell u it will , The ones i found say without A/C whats the difference between with a/c supports and without a/c supports also

will these supports work even if it says without a/c and i have a/c?

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Looks like that one is for an idi 7.3l you check the local yards for psd core supports? I'm just gonna assume the difference between ac and w/o ac is mounting for the condensor evaperater thing in front of the radiator

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He's right..that's the only difference that i've ever noticed. OEM core supports normally fit a lot better, but I've used aftermarked ones and mad them work. Just check them over really good for any damage when you get them. It's hard to line all the body lines up if you start with something bent.

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