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1996 dodge ram electric window lift

All of the teflon bushings have broken out of the tracks in my window regulators therefore causing my windows to fall down off the sissor lifts. these are round plastic or teflon bushings of sort that help keep the window on the lift. where can i get these????

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Dealer should be able to order you a kit if not already in stock. Shouldn't be too expensive.

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