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Paul Dunstan
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2018/12/13 16:10:23 (permalink)
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Electric window kits

Hi All. Throwing around the idea of installing power windows. Has anyone any recommendations or suggestions on kits they’ve used etc?

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Paul
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    martymexico
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    Re: Electric window kits 2018/12/13 18:20:45 (permalink)
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    fast windows, yeah cool .. I've bought a kit for my mk1 van but not installed yet. Paid about $80 a few years back .. it's adaptable with central locking and alarms etc
    post edited by martymexico - 2018/12/13 18:28:07
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    Re: Electric window kits 2018/12/13 22:52:53 (permalink)
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    I fitted central locking to my RS but never thought of 'fast glass '  hadn't really thought you could get a retro kit for our style of windows, particularly as they work backwards?
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    Re: Electric window kits 2018/12/14 09:34:01 (permalink)
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    I fitted an electric window kit to my RS2000 many many years ago. Can't remember where the kit came from now though, sorry. The install was relatively easy though. The only change that had to be made to car was cutting down window winder spindles so they could be concealed behind door trims. Oh and also increasing hole sizes where wiring ran out to door.
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    Re: Electric window kits 2018/12/15 10:40:15 (permalink)
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