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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?
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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1965 Mustang 302 T5
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