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1984 1985 196 1987 1988 1989 Toyota Pickup 4runner Right Door Vent Window Glass on 2040-parts.com

US $32.00
Location:

Barnardsville, North Carolina, United States

Barnardsville, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Placement on Vehicle:Right

This is the passenger's side. It has no cracks and the latch works well. It is used so it will have some minor scratches, nothing terribly deep. At some time stick on tinting was applied to this glass. Whoever did this did a very neat job of it. You can remove this tinting or leave it on, whichever you prefer.
It will ONLY fit 84-88 pickups and 84-89 4Runners.
It WILL NOT fit 1989 pickups!
Thanx for looking. 


On Sep-15-09 at 15:56:26 PDT, seller added the following information:

We do offer combined shipping discounts on a case by case basis. In rare cases this is not practical, such as when it is too risky to ship a heavy part along with a fragile part in the same parcel. So if you're buying more than one part, please wait for us to send you a combined invoice before paying. Thank you.

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