It is past time for me to do a flush on my radiator. I know I have to use Dex-co on 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

cool coolant. What is the best way for me to drain my radiator and are there any specific tools required to do so?

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Drain bucket. Instructions for proper purging method on your specific engine.
I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU HAVE HEARD OR WILL BE TOLD BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO USE DEX-COOL!!
NOW IS AS GOOD A TIME AS ANY TO CHANGE THE COOLANT.
THE FIRST THING I DID WAS TO CHANGE THAT S TUFF IN MY CHEVY. AFTER WARRANTY WAS OUT.
NOW WHAT ENGINE IS IN YOUR TRUCK SO WE CAN HELP WITH DRAIN & REFILL.
YES IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE!
V8 5.3 liter 323 t series gasoline
flush radiator ...take to a lube shop.
I understood this to be a do-it-yourself service? No? Why?
How would YOU flush the radiator? A do-it-yourselfer would either do it WRONG or ILLEGALLY unless he is RICH and stupid enough.