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Radiator Mount Well Nut 1969 Z28

Hi,
I am replacing my raditaor along with new Kit, I am wonder if part the kit is incorrect or maybe I am over looking something. One side bolts up fine; the other side is secured to frame by well net in rubber mount?
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Kimo

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Sorry Grease16 - but your response doesn't make sense; "no you are incorrect read through the instruction kit;

Also no instruction with kit, I did figure it out on my own. The rubber mounts were incorrect size; I was able to return for proper fitting.

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No you are incorrect read through the kit instructions

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