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Old 04-10-2007, 01:44 PM
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Hello, I saw a posting today on craigslist in spokane that I thought people would be interested in. For $30 you could replace your old sliding glass rear window in your old ford. I just replaced the original glass in my 77 150 with glass out of a 85 150. It really cleaned up the look of the truck. anyway, I thought this was a screamin' deal that someone would be interested in.

http://spokane.craigslist.org/pts/309344601.html

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Thanks for the tip and link. Did the moss* eat out the guide channel fabric in yours too?

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It was just 30 years old, falling apart and missing the handle to slide the glass apart. I picked up the 85 glass for $50 from a wrecking yard and it looks good. I forget how many years used that same window opening, but the 86 should fit into the 70's trucks.
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67-96 used the same back window, as far as I know. My 69 and 72 used the same back window as a 78, and I believe the 80-96 body style uses the same rear window.
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