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Old 08-01-2006, 06:16 PM   #1
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ok here is the deal, i dont know much about power windows, but i think it would be really bad a** if i could get the back windows to roll all the way down, i was wondering if anybody knew of any way to make this happen.
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ok here is the deal, i dont know much about power windows, but i think it would be really bad a** if i could get the back windows to roll all the way down, i was wondering if anybody knew of any way to make this happen.
no. it is physically impossible due to the shape of the door.
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Nobody has done it. It'* a drawback of a door that extends over the wheel well. There is no way to have a mechanism and a window that will go all the way down without making it very complicated. You'd have to take the rear door interior panel off to really understand what'* going on in there.
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would it be to hard to modify or would it tamper with the outside character of the door
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if you really wanted to do it, you would have to completely redesign the door itself
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Well, it could potentially be possible, but you wouldn't be able to open the door when the window was down. If you could extend the trach out of the door, into the rear wheel well/fender area, there might be room. But it'd be a helluva project considering the engineering involved.
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