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Old 02-23-2007, 12:25 AM
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one peice door glass for 84?

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Has any one tried a one peice door glass convo for a 80 to 96 F series cab? We have been doing the rounds of the wrecking yards with a template trying to find some suitable glass. Any one got any suggestion? It doesn't have to be a precise fit as we have a little room to play with inside the door frame. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Some of the later model Japanese utes without vents might fit?
If not, the chevies (of which there are a few around) have one piece glass if I recall correctly.

Have you tried posting this in the 80-86 forum? (or even the 87-96 for that matter)
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Thanks Fred, I have posted on 80 -86 forum (I will post on the 96) I also posted on the engine swap forum just to be sure.
The main problem is the newer vehicles have the windscreen laid back a lot more. We will try the chevs though. If you have any further thoughts let me know.
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Hi there I,m in Melb nth suburbs and the owner of a 53/54/55/56/73 f100,s of which 1 is a M100 and are all in all forms of rebuild at the moment, well until yesterday I poped a disc so that holts the rebuilds for a couples hrs or at least till I get rid of this walking stick. I owned my 1st effie back in 71/72 when I instergated the f100-ford freighter club,one eyed f100, can't help good luck aye. Rob for that glass your after is it possible to have it cut to a template at an auto glass co....alien
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