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Old 01-30-2011, 07:15 AM
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Glad you had a good experience with them. I've been in street rodding for 30 years so I've dealt with them all.

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That's good, how long have those type switches been on the market? I thought they were pretty new. Learn something every day.
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Probably 10-12 years.
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Nu Relics Window Crank Switches

I know this is an old thread but I just added window crank switches to my 32 Ford 3 Window Coupe. I checked all the brands/suppliers and found that in my opinion Nu Relics in North Carolina has the best electric window crank switches. They are rated at 17 amps while most of the others need relays if you have factory motors that draw more than 10 amps. By the way I installed a set of their power windows in the 32 and I will tell you these are some well made units. The old ones just didn't have enough power to get them up. Now they go up as fast as the old early 80's Corvettes. Good company and a nice guy. They answer the phone when you call and you can talk to Earl himself anytime. The Nu-Cranks as they have branded them even have the NU Relics logo engraved them. They make a quality product and stand behind them.
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