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Does anyone have a template for the stock 56 Ford F-100 side door glass?
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Does anyone have a template for the stock 56 Ford F-100 side door glass? "quote"

I have an original piece of side glass that measures 17 3/4" wide and is 17 7/8" high at the wing window and 17 3/8" at the rear where the 2 7/8" radius starts, if this helps.
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Thanks John. I actually pieced the stock original broken one together enough to make a pattern. I will check with the dimensions you provided to make sure Im real real close to that. Thanks for your assistance.
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