2014 Radiator Needs Swapping

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The bumper, got bashed, the radiator got a taste also and spilled fluid all over the place. I ran into a big ol chunk of ice. I'm a young guy so I initially (and still kinda) didn't want to use insurance because my rates are already high.

I saw this thread Aluminum radiator install Write-Up (long) | Mustang Forums at StangNet the guy doesn't show himself taking the ac condenser out. I saw a video and a guy used an AC tool to drain Freon out of the system. Do I need to do that or not?
 
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JKidd

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I don't know why you would need to remove the condenser. I believe that would be supported independently and you should be able to remove the radiator only. I've never had to remove any AC parts when replacing a radiator. Good luck.