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For Sale: Rear slider window

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Old 11-20-2018
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Icon2 Rear slider window

I've been helped many times by people here so wanted to pay it forward. I have a rear sliding window. It's in good condition. No leaks or cracks. You will have to clean off the old butyl tape from it. I started to remove the old butyl tape but then got busy... so figure 20 minutes or so cleaning it up. I will also include a roll of butyl tape. Comes with latch on the rear slider window. It's not broken either. Everything works on this. I always loved having a slider and here and there you see posts of people wanting one.

This should fit from 98' - UP. I believe 97' and below use a completely different sealing method. This has three bolts up top, two on the sides, and three on the bottom.
I am not shipping this unless you are going to pay shipping. It's quite large/awkward. Factor around $50 to ship, so if you are local this is a FREE item. You just need to pick up.

Any questions feel free to ask.

Thanks,
-Nigel


 
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Exact location? Also is it from an extended cab or standard cab? I seem to remember there being a difference?

You might also let a potential buyer know what size of butyl tape you have with it. 1/4" should be the correct size. I know 3/8" is too large.



GB :)
 
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I'm located in Gainesville VA, 20155.

Doesn't matter cab size. The only difference that matters is if it's 97' or below, or 98+. It will fit regardless of cab size on 98' +. Butyl size is also correct for the size of window/application. You can also use 5/16". I actually prefer that over the 1/4" because it gives you JUST enough squish room and you know 100% that it will be leak free. 1/4" seems to fine but I like a little cushion especially years down the road when 1/4" tends to compress more to a smaller size and is more prone to leaks.

-Nigel
 
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Interested in this window if it is still available. I've got a 2000 Ranger, ext cab, 4x4 manual transmission. I don't know if this will fit, based on what your saying sounds like I won't have any issues.
Jonathan
 
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