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How long to replace a radiator 195 f150 with 351

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Maybe a hour,depends if you replace hoses maybe a litte longer,or change thermostat at that time and that is recamended

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It takes about 1 hr, to 1.5 hrs,

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Thermostats are more important than ever before.

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