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Aftermarket power window kits for HT car
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MSS73
Posted 2022-12-18 6:26 PM (#626427)
Subject: Aftermarket power window kits for HT car



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Has anyone put that kind of kit to car?

I think biggest problem is those back seat windows, because of those movements.

That kit number 3, is not possible to use with smaller windows i think.

First to might be possible to install to all four windows, but i dont like to leave original crank shafts in place.

 



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GaryS
Posted 2022-12-18 7:41 PM (#626431 - in reply to #626427)
Subject: Re: Aftermarket power window kits for HT car



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I installed a '56 Plymouth front set with a kit very similar to picture 3 and it was an easy install, but I think it would be difficult to adapt this style for rear windows that rotate like those in my 2-door hardtop. For those that use the stock crank and linkage, you could probably shorten the shaft and put some kind of trim
over the existing door panel hole and locate the new switch somewhere else.
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