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    Aftermarket Sliding Rear Door Windows

    Hi Y'all !!

    In a previous post about magnetic window screens, one of the pics showed what looked to be sliding windows on their rear doors. does anyone know
    where to get windows like that? What company makes them? Are they still available? I'd really like to find some for my van. Any info would be great.
    Thanks very much.

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    RPO?

    I have seen a few on our vans over the years. They fit right into the existing cargo door window frame.
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    Question Slider windows

    The factory sliders I believe came in most of not all commercial service vehicles like bell tell PSE&G Sears and such as for repoped ones you may try RV parts sites good luck

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    That was my van. Yorkster68 had PM'd me and being a novice I didn't find his message until yesterday! He graciously accepted my apologizes!

    I ordered those through www.motonwindows.com. The pair as I had spec'd them cost me just over $600 including shipping. I think it took about 6 weeks. I used their "Economy Commercial Frame Series" model. They went in easy using the recommended tool and lots of WD-40, and work great for getting air through the van as I drive.

    To get the right size/measurements I had to pull a sash the glass out of a spare door I had. The size I ordered was 20 1/4" wide x 17 1/16 tall, with 2" radius corners. If you look for their order form at the website you can also see the different available configurations, colors/finishes etc... I worked with Tim Williams, who was a big help and patient with me as I tried to figure out what to order. The pictures below show the windows with the Skeeter Beater magnetic Screens I found. If interest, PM me with your email address and I will send you the order form I used for the windows.

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    Cool

    I like that. Air flow in these vans is a good thing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    I like that. Air flow in these vans is a good thing!
    You can do what I do and have holes in the floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Martino View Post
    You can do what I do and have holes in the floor
    LMAO!
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    Cool

    Air flow is over rated...LOL..
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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