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Can you recommend a person who is a mobile widow regulator replacer?

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  • Curt Downs May 11, 2010

    The government is getting too involved in everyones personal lives, they actually have traveling regulators that try to hook up widows with single guys? How do you sign up for that?

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Cheapest way I found to do it is to buy the part and then take it to the dealer and ask for installation. It's tricky and they can break the window so it's worth the extra $ to know they'll replace the window if they break it during installation.

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