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ok i have a big problem i have a system in my truck and the rear window keeps closing on me what should i do???
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tape a latch to the other side to hold it open...
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give me the system
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put a solid one in there
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how much does a soild window cost me
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the easiest way to fix that is to simply get some sort of small stick or something, and lay it down on the track of the window while its opened.. the stick will act like a prop and keep the window open for you. that'll be much less expensive than replacing your window, plus, you get to keep the actual use of the back window!
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how much does a soild window cost me
i got mine (not installed yet) off ebay for 10 bucks
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Well i was reading somewhere that there is an aftermarket kit for the
F-150 to make the back sliding window a power window is there one for the rangers?
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Re: My uncles truck he bought CASH!!!

Power rear window! That would be ****! bd
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I believe the power window on the F series slides up and down.
There is not sufficent room (or any room) in a Ranger cab back to facilitate an internal sliding window.
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how much does a soild window cost me
i got mine (not installed yet) off ebay for 10 bucks
same here i found mine on ebay for $10, and installed it my self...

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ok the one i was reading about slides back and forth like ours
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