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Old 03-17-2011, 08:39 PM
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Can anyone here help me locate this externally mounted power window motor. These were originally made for big trucks. They mount on the door panel right over the spindle where the crank handle was originally located. They come with several adapters to fit the different types of spindles that different make trucks have. They come with a power window switch that mounts on the dash board. I need one for my LTL 9000. I will even take a used one, don't care if it has a switch, I can always find a switch

 
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Does your truck have air brakes? If so you can do what I did . I used a air cylinder to raise and lower the pass side window. I used a two way air valve with a pressure regulator and put a restriction in the control lines to regulate window speed. Some of the old cabovers used the same setup . If theres abig truck salvage yard you might find parts there. I've seen the setup you described but not lately. I got my air cylinder from Burden Sales on the internet.


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Old 03-18-2011, 09:25 AM
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My truck does have air brakes but I am not crazy about using the air cylinder. We have had that before on an early 70's truck and there is no fine tuning with it, you will want to bump it just an inch, it will jump five inches. After having several trucks with the electric motor I came to like it much better. Keep your eye out and if you see or hear of one please let me know. BTW, thanks for the heads up about the air powered window, your thinking on target, it would be a viable option.
 
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Thanks for the links, but I still need the external motor type. The ones listed in the links wont stand up for truck use. They aren't heavy duty enough.
 
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I just spent some time searching the internet for them, but came up blank. I also remember seeing them used in 80's conversion vans and van chassis motorhomes. They have to out there somewhere. If you already have one, I would look for a manufacturer's name on it - that might help in the search for another one.

Good luck, and I'll keep my eyes peeled.

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I would keep checking with the yards on here:

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Being that you are looking for an aftermarket part, (right?) I don't see you finding it. I would modify a window regulator from any other vehicle, or buy the electriclife kit for a 73-79 f series and make a bracket inside the door to mount it in a position that would facilitate correct opening (match it to the factory manual regulator) I did this for the crew cab rear doors on my 78. How thin are the doors on L's?
 
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didnt we see them in JC Whiney cat. I know I saw them recently and Im
sure it was in the barbor shop "truckin mag." or such or that company
that has the 53-56 ford electric wiper conversions.
 
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I did see them in the JC Whitney catalog about a year ago, but I can't find it now.

However, I do have good news. After beating my head against the wall trying to find these I had a friend on the ATHS board that had bought two new ones some years ago for an International that he never used and he is selling me one of his. Brand new NOS still in the box. Thanks for all your efforts and if you see or hear of one please let me know. I am still curious if they are still available out there some place.

I have really been lucky in the past few weeks in finding lots of NOS parts for my LTL. So far I have found all new door rubbers for both doors. All new window felt, division bar felt and anti rattle kit for both doors. NOS Sport steering wheel (the same as the one pictured in the window motor picture above). Ford factory original NOS radio antenna. NOS Ford steel chromed front bumper with the four fog/driving light cut outs in it (not a repop). Four NOS Marchal driving lights to fill the holes in the bumper. A nos right head light door. Two weeks from this coming Monday I am starting the paint work on the truck. I will post pictures of it when I get finished painting it.
 
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I am just giving this post a bump. I am looking for the same OEM kit, NOT an aftermarket
 
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Not sure if Number Dummy can look them up or not but they were factory installed on my 83 CL9000 and 86 LTL9000.
Wish I had keep those window motors when I scraped some of those old trucks.

Edit: Found several motors on eBay but no kits, the motors don't have the drive adapter
D8HZ-9023394 A is the motor number.
The kit was originally built by Maradyne under part # 7974FD 12V 9752 Kit but google search didn't find much.
 
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Originally Posted by Destroked 450 View Post
Not sure if Number Dummy can look them up or not but they were factory installed on my 83 CL9000 and 86 LTL9000.
Wish I had keep those window motors when I scraped some of those old trucks.

Edit: Found several motors on eBay but no kits, the motors don't have the drive adapter
D8HZ-9023394 A is the motor number.
The kit was originally built by Maradyne under part # 7974FD 12V 9752 Kit but google search didn't find much.

Thanks for the info!!!
 
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Originally Posted by Destroked 450 View Post
Not sure if Number Dummy can look them up or not but they were factory installed on my 83 CL9000 and 86 LTL9000.
Wish I had keep those window motors when I scraped some of those old trucks.

Edit: Found several motors on eBay but no kits, the motors don't have the drive adapter

D8HZ-9023394-A is the right hand door window regulator electric drive assy. number. There is no left hand motor listed.

The kit was originally built by Maradyne under part # 7974FD 12V 9752 Kit but google search didn't find much.
Parts catalog lists right (FOHZ-6023394-A) and left (FOHZ-6023395-A) P/W motors for the dealer installed kit for 1980 and later C/CL/F/FT and L series trucks, but there's no parts catalog pic.

There's also no part number for the dealer installed kit. You might call Green Sales (800-543-4959) and ask them, they have more reference material than I do.

I do know that aftermarket companies have been offering P/W kits that the motor attaches to the splines of the window regulator for a gazillion different vehicles.
 
 
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