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09-30-2002 04:21 AM
Madd Syntst I concur with my learned friend, No Vass. (Not sure what a Vass is haha) A minivan has the plastic "ladder" type. The ones I got out of a 72 Olds were the electric motor on the actruator type. Mazda 626 & 929 have a great type, but the plastic parts break easy and the way they are made, you can't fix them. Sounds like a trip to the bone yahd!
09-29-2002 11:31 PM
novass I put power windows in my `63 Nova. I went to the wreakers and used ARIES K CAR parts......1000nds of them around and they are VERY SLIM.
Why spent a bundle when you can get what you want for a third the cost? And as for replacment parts....just a trip to the bone yard.
09-29-2002 07:23 PM
Electric Windows

There are many models on the market that say they are the best but I ma putting these in a 49 Linc Cos. 4 door I want to get the best product for the money and still be able to put them in myself the car originally has a hydraulic system any solutions ?

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