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Radiator support mounts for 95 Bronco

Is that even the correct name? Cause I can't find them anywhere? What is the name and where can I find them? thx

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Radiator core support can be bought after market go to the local paint shop for automotive paint and ask for the local aftermarket body parts shop or your local junk yard I could give you some names but you would have to pay shipping. the radiator core support goes across te front of the car and holds the radiator in place it will have cut outs for the headlights and must be drilled out at the spot rivets and re-weld into place.

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    Ford has them in stock on the west coast and midwest so you can order it from ford and they wil ship it for free. also fords parts will line up better than after market parts less fittng streaching and lineup better but is $100. 00 more but better quality.

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Go to lmctruck.com

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A salvage yard is about the only place i can think of,the parts are probably discontinued at Ford

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