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View Poll Results: Solid or Sliding Rear Window?
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Old 07-27-2007
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Solid or Sliding Rear Window

Which do you have sliding or solid rear window?
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Old 07-28-2007
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sliding son
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Solid
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I have 2 sliding windows
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I'm solid.
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Solid, wishing it was sliding.
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solid
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Solid is cool if you want to throw on a big sticker but sliding is cool for more wind movement in the cab.
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solid and i desperately need a slider for the shell

anyone in so cal want to trade/?
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solid and i want a slider... i have missed one ever since i got rid of my old 92
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mine came solid but traded with some one for a slider
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Mine's a slider.
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[B] i have a slider
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have had both but always switch to sliding
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Slider FTW!
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sliding.. couldnt live without it.
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a sliding rear window is the epitome of a "top of the line truck" so, naturally, mine has a sliding window!
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sliding
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I hate my sliding. I mean it's great if you want whatever leaves and water might be in the bed to fly into the cab and hit you in the face. Or if you wanted limited visibility.

I wish I had a solid
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I hate my sliding. I mean it's great if you want whatever leaves and water might be in the bed to fly into the cab and hit you in the face. Or if you wanted limited visibility.

I wish I had a solid

Maybe you should keep your bed clean tard. And how do you have water in your bed when its 90 degrees?
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sliding... if i didnt have it id be screwed at night. try seeing out the rear window with 5% tint, aint easy
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sliding but im looking for a solid.
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I have a slider but wish it wasn't tinted because my canopy's windows are tinted too and its hard to see out of. Especially at dusk.

It also doesn't particularly line up with the canopy window, and is so small I can't get anything more than an arm through it to grab something in the box.

But the slider is real nice as I don't have air conditioning. I'm surprised at how much breeze it makes in the cab, even with a canopy on the truck.

So the slider is kindof a love/hate thing.

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sliding all the way, mine is split down the middle
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