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My brother owns and operates a radiator repair and service shop. I've cleaned radiators that are 1000 Xs worse than that. Caked with yrs of oil grease and dust. He gets tractor, truck, and stationary equipment radiators every fall from local farmers and the air base. Needing cleaned up.
Get it wet. Soak it with a heavy solution of dawn dishsoap and water let set and hose out with as high a volume and hard of a stream of water, strait through radiator. Repeat as needed. Hot water preferred if it's oily/greasy.
That's an easy clean up there. Personally it doesn't even looked clogged at all. Just a little dirt.
The other thing is check it. If you can see light through it, it's not clogged just dirty.
 

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Your tractor is not hurt. Hose out the radiator and change the oil again after a few hrs to kind of flush it if you will. From there just clean radiator after every mowing. Blow it out, wash through it, run tractor for a few to help dry it out and it's done. Be sure to also blow and wash through the oil cooler infront of the radiator if you have one. Hose them both till clean water comes through them.
Again hit them both with as strong a stream of water as possible as strait through as you can.
 
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