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Just put a new radiator in my 64 model 4000, had the hood off in about 30 to 45 min.when going back, I did take the advice of some of the other guys on here to replace the old bolts with new, and the gauge pod, will hand there, there are 2 bolts that hold it on when tou open the door- hood, and there are 4 that you have to bend around and get to that hold the side panels on the gauge pod, you may want help removing the hood, after you get it unbolted, it will wiggle pretty good, as you pick it up, but I took mine off and on by myself, good luck, oh and make sure you install new pads under the radiator!
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