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Old 12-26-2007
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99 & 94 rear window compatability?

I found a tinted sliding rear window off a 94 ranger for sale for a great price.
No chance it would be the same dimensions as my 99 would it?
my 99 has a single pane with no tinting, so it would be great for me!! I know that it has the 'old' style of slider (split window sliders (2) vs one large slider) but i don't care.
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98+ are a different shape.....they bigger too. No go my bro.
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Thanks guys. appreciate it. That would have been cool...
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I wish mine was the solid rear window. I also wish Ford had that leaking 3rd brake light stuck where the sun don't shine.
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Silecone is your friend.
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i hear ya man. When my light leaked, i used black RTV silicone gasket material (from a squeeze tube) and it has been fixed since then
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Bought my truck brand new from the Ford dealership and they forgot to put my window in fully. Kept wondering why my interior was fogging up and found a gap big enuff to put my pinky in on the back window.
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Bought my truck brand new from the Ford dealership and they forgot to put my window in fully. Kept wondering why my interior was fogging up and found a gap big enuff to put my pinky in on the back window.

HAHA....my chevy's like that since i bought it 5 years ago, lol. I can stick 4 dixon ticonderoga's in the gap of the gasket....but its a 1971.......so somebody didn't know what they were doing. lol.
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I know but it is a crying shame to have to do something like that. I haven't had a minutes issue out of my 96 Dakota with 228,000 miles on it.
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yeah it is, but as long as you put the material under the light, it won't show and it take like 15 min to do...
it is a shame, but if that is your only prob then you are doin alright!!
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