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1967 Mustang Radiator Support Replacement

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I'm working on removing my 1967 mustang engine to get it rebuilt. My buddy says it will be easier if I remove the radiator support to lower the lift height for the engine hoist. I show him the radiator support and it looks welded to the frame but he insists it can be removed but doesn't know how. I check out the parts catalog and I see you can buy a replacement radiator support that looks like it can be bolted in.

My question is -- is a 1967 radiator support welded or bolted to the frame? If bolted, where are the friggin bolts? If welded, is it a good idea to break it loose to remove the engine?

Sorry, I'm just getting into this hobby and I'll probably be asking some dumb questions for a while.
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I believe its bolt in but you gotta take a lot off to take it out its better to take the hood off and lift it straight out it will clear everything with a normal hoist.
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