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Post Info TOPIC: Damon Challenger F53 Radiator hoses

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Damon Challenger F53 Radiator hoses

Dog house off........enjoy the experience !!!

The only good part to working on an A gasser is you can run the A/C while your cuss'in at it!!!!!

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Anyone have experience with replacing radiator hoses on a 2006 Damon Challenger on F53 chassis?   Specifically, how do you gain access to them?   Does the doghouse have to come off?  If so, what is removal procedure.  Any help would be appreciated.

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