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Username Post: Put it out a broken Heater Hose Connector SUBURBAN `99
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01-15-10 09:14 AM - Post#1842779    
    In response to crisman

Depending on the pipe size, I have used a hack saw blade and cut the old pipe long ways in two places and then took a chisel or screw driver and knocked it out.

careful with the cuttings though!
82 Monte Carlo SC, 355 w/Vortec heads, roller rockers, 670 Street Avenger, Pypes true duals.
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