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Old 10-01-2013, 10:41 PM
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Hello all,
Does anyone know an easy way to remove this pin from the latch on a supercab vent window? Is there a special tool or some secret magic?
It is going for new window tint and unless i can remove the latch they have to splice the tint.






Also, Is there a fix for the loose hinges? they appear to be riveted.

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As soon as you start to drive out the drift pin your plastic will crack on the lower finger....
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I have the same thing, looking for the same answer.
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As soon as you start to drive out the drift pin your plastic will crack on the lower finger....

I am hunting for a replacement part before i break the original. I am having zero luck.

Any idea where to find a new latch?

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I have my SC parts truck but the dvrs side latch is already broke (the bottom piece where the drift pin goes).

I have 4 or 5 SC parts trucks in my local JY.....I am sure a few have the pop out window option.

Have you tried the FTE sponsor Blue Oval TP?
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Any idea where to find a new latch?
I located (3) NOS left hand latches, LATCH - QUARTER VENT WINDOW - part # D4TZ-10303A24-B

NOS Parts Ltd. in TX. has (2)
Miller Obsolete Parts in NY. has (1)

Unfortunately I couldn't locate any right hand latches, part # D4TZ-10303A24-A
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What about the window gasket?
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I located (3) NOS left hand latches, LATCH - QUARTER VENT WINDOW - part # D4TZ-10303A24-B

NOS Parts Ltd. in TX. has (2)
Miller Obsolete Parts in NY. has (1)

Unfortunately I couldn't locate any right hand latches, part # D4TZ-10303A24-A
I was just getting ready to post. Talked to Rodney (NOS parts) and he sent a pic of what he has the driver in stock. THey look the same to me so I need to check and see if the passenger is truly different.

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What about the window gasket?
Here's a few NOS, MOVEABLE QUARTER WINDOW SEAL - fits both LH and RH, part # D4TZ-1029904-C

Green Sales in OH. has (1)
Dennis Carpenter in NC. has (4)
Collectors Auto Supply in WA. has (22) but they always list (22) of everything so you'll need to check.

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THey look the same to me so I need to check and see if the passenger is truly different.
It may be possible to "flip" them, i'm not sure.
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