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Spal Deluxe Power Window Kit 33000030 (2 Windows) Convert Crank Windows To Power on

US $145.00

Bow, New Hampshire, United States

Bow, New Hampshire, United States
Condition:New Brand:SPAL Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy Model:33000030

SPAL power window kits can be individually customized through the use of our extensive switch style offerings, with choices that include; push & pull, European arrow, flush mount and surface mount components.

Our power window kits allow those vehicle (12V and 24V.) owners with crank-style windows to convert to the ease and controllability of power windows. Like all SPAL products, our power window kits consistently perform as well as, or better than, factory power window kits.

The mechanism remains completely inside the cover panel, thereby maintaining a very smart appearance.

The experience acquired and the care given to even the smallest details ensure that SPAL electric power windows always operate smoothly, quickly and silently.

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