2 Door Universal Power Window Kit For Curve Glass, Streetrod,hotrod,gm,ford on 2040-parts.com
Bunnell, Florida, United States
You are looking at a Universal Power window for a car or a truck.It can
also be used in a foreign car or truck. This is for curve glass.
1960-1970-1980-2000 Take your car or truck into the new technology. No Z
Bars to rust out. This can make your window bind. The new technology
in the window kit is the Floating motor. with this floating motor you
are able to relocate the motor.You can move the motor left or right or
side ways. There will be no need to move the track. This power window
travels straight up and down. To mount your window to your car or truck
it will take 6 bolts each side. Glass Height is 6" TO 24"
includes a instruction manual and 2 power window switches with LED that
lights up. Customers have installed this power window kit in cars for
example such as A Camero, Firebird, Nova, Chevelle, Ford Mustang, Cuda, and many others.
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By Tim Pollard
30 May 2014 17:43
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