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Why are there drain holes near the back of the cab?

For those days you realize at 6pm that you left your sliding rear window open, and it has been pouring rain since 11am!
My cup holders were completely filled with water too... glad I just cleaned out my truck last weekend and there wasn't anything else back there!
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Glad nothing got to messed up. My windows were left down one night and I woke up to about 1/2 inch of water on the floor.
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LOL did u really adam?
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That blows dude tear anything up electrically
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LOL did u really adam?
Yes, I really did. lol
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VINYL FTW! lmao forget to close it when u got back from Kitchener?
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That blows dude tear anything up electrically
I think everything is fine.... it wasn't as bad as it sounds, could have been worse if the wind was going the other direction and blowing it into the truck.
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VINYL FTW! lmao forget to close it when u got back from Kitchener?
No, I remembered then.... I stopped in to my work this morning to borrow a T50 to put the bed extender in as mine is in my toolbox where I keep my car an hour away.
I came back home, closed the front windows and forgot about the slider... it wasn't raining at the time!
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hahaha good going
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Thats why I like my window shades.
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^^ window shade won't help the rear slinding window lmao
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that rear window is easy to forget. ive been lucky though
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