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Old 07-13-2012, 05:50 PM
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My other truck has one and I like it for my dogs and for better air flow in the cab. Anyone ever put one in their truck and how much did it cost you? Can a glass specialty store like Speedyglass put one in or can use one from another truck?
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Old 07-13-2012, 06:09 PM
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A slider from 80-97 is a direct fit. Typically they are 75-100 at a junk yard
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Cool, i'll have to search around and see if I can find some. Does that include F150's too? Thanks.
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I believe anything from F100s to the Fsuperdutys would have the same back glass
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Old 07-13-2012, 09:13 PM
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Cool, i'll have to search around and see if I can find some. Does that include F150's too? Thanks.
yes f150s from 80-96
F250HD and F350 from 80-97
and F-superdutys(f450) from 88-97
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FYI factory solid rear window and most aftermarket sliders use the same gasket. The factory slider uses a specific gasket. So, keep that in mind. Maybe if you get a factory one, you can save the gasket and reuse it.

The CR Lawrence single pane rear sliders are pretty nice. We have had 3 different trucks with one. My friend has it too.
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i was told in the 73-79 forum that the glass is the same for them too, so 73-97. i cannot confirm this, but its probably worth looking into.
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yes, 73-79 glass will work too, but I would try and get the newest one you can find. Slight changes over the years making them seal better
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