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View Poll Results: Solid or Sliding Rear Window?
Sliding 77 74.76%
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Old 07-28-2007
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Sliding is the only way to roll!
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I think that solid look better IMO but I have a sliding and would never change. There just nice to have.
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I have a solid but am looking for a slider.
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sliding all the way, sounds like a few of you guys should get together and trade.
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Slider is the only way to go, just ask Randy Johnson. Seriously though, I love my slider. It's one option I would have had to get if I didn't get one in the package. As for crap in the bed flying in, get a cover and you have no worries.
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I have a slider myself. I think it looks better than solid and functional too. I have to admit i don't use it all that often but nice to have when i do.
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Slider FTW!
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Solid!!!
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Had a solid in my nissan and never used it. I have a solid in my ranger and am 100% happier with it since I have no use for a third window.
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slider. fx4 off road.
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Slider all the way. I like having the extra window for when i got a passenger in the back, Helps em get air and helps prevent car sickness
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Slider. Nice to have for the extra air circulation when it's not quite hot enough for A/C.
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Old 07-29-2007
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slider with the two windows, and its rarely closed. makes me almost forget i dont have a/c...
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had a slider in my old truck & never used it. Have solid in the Ranger & wish I had a slider...
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slider.....i don't ever want a solid in a truck....it is nice to open it on spring/fall days to have the breeze blowin in...
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Old 08-08-2007
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had a solid window, just installed a slider, solid is now for sale. if i could afford it i would have had a power slider hooked to my OHC moon roof switch.
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Solid on my Level 2
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Old 08-09-2007
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Sliding, couldn't drive without it.. I dont care how many leaves get shot into my cab. The air that comes in is worth it.
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Old 08-09-2007
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sliding.

I've had a sodacan fly up over the tool box,, through the back window and hit the windshield.
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Solid baby...
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slider and love it, almost lets me forget that my car i traded in for the truck had a sun roof. only issue is when pine needles sit on top of the tool box
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Slider. Love that rear window.
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