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Rear window lifts and hardware

Window lifts and hardware where to purchase

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I got them from Pep Boys. Don't go to a dealer. Junk yards have lots of Jimmy/Blazer stuff. Ebay too.

Posted on Mar 23, 2014

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    April McKillop Apr 20, 2014

    i found that i HAD to get the window ones from the dealer i couldn't find them anywhere; but the door ones any auto parts store should carry them



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