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Need info on installing new radiatior on Jeep rubiocon 2006 can not get 2 small tubes on the bottom of radiator off without cutting. I know there should be a way to remove them w/o cutting. thanks 2006 Jeep Rubicon

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You never have to cut anything. Common sense
If your referring to the Trans Cooler Lines, you need flair nut wrenches or cooler line release tool,avail at parts store

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