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Be aware that if you have a factory slider the rubber gasket will have a wide glass channel.
If you want to swap in solid glass you will need the correct seal to go with it.
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Guys can you help me find a part for my rear sliding window, I would love to go salvage yard hunting but I no longer have a yard around me.

Truck is a 1990 F250, missing part is on the drivers side, part where the window latch mounts, As you can see it would be nice to keep the rain out as well.

Also, if anyone is around Central Kentucky has a Bedliner (8' bed) to fit this old girl I'm looking for that as well.
Anyone know if the '90 & '95 sliders are the same? I accidentally knocked the right glass out of a parts truck and this latch and mount would be of no use to me now. I'll take a pic and post it later.
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Anyone know if the '90 & '95 sliders are the same? I accidentally knocked the right glass out of a parts truck and this latch and mount would be of no use to me now. I'll take a pic and post it later.
They are different latching mechanisms. Not sure on the glass
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