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part # for 4 core radiator mount/cover

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by down4thakrown, Jul 28, 2004.

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    the part that holds it down on the top
    guys a chevy duty cant tell me what i need to know
    need to know the part # or if some one gots a used one
     
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    yes i know
    thats why i need the part #
     
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    Which one do you need?
    Does the cover attach to the core support on the top of it with 4 bolts?, or does it attach to the side of it?
     
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    i need the one the one on top
    and if there are some on the side I'll probably take those too
    im takin out the stock radiator which i think is a 2 core and putting in a 4 core. So if theres more then just the top piece i'll probably need those too
     
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    There are 2 for that style cover.
    32-0982: 250,305,307,350. W/AC W/MT 73-80
    32-0984: 400. 75-79
    The 400 would be a 4 core cover.
    Go to LMC and click on the free catalog.
    I believe ya can see everything on line too.
     
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    just found one of my mags and they dont picture the one i need but they got it.
     
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    i was also wanted to know if i could take out the ac cooler that is in front of the radiator. would the radiator still be secure or does that act like some support???
     
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    The condensor mounts to the front of the core support.
    Just unbolt it and remove.
     
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    this wont make the radiator unstable or anything
     
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    Here are the numbers I used to purchase the parts from the chevy dealer:

    #14018600, Panel Assembly, 1 each @ $14.27
    #6264100, Pad, 4 each @ $4.10

    The panel is the one that covers the top of the radiator for a 4 core. The four rubber pads are two for the top and two for the bottom to hold the radiator in place. I have used those parts to install a 4 core in my 90 Blazer and also in my 88 Dually, and they are a perfect fit.

    Russ
     
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    Mine was mounted to the front of the core support and was in no way attached to the radiator.
    The Radiator mounts at the rear of the support.
    The core support divides the two.
     

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