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Old December 23rd, 2017, 09:13 PM
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Default One piece windows?

Has anyone done a one piece window conversion with the stock doors? I'm about to start my build and wonder if this could be possible. Thanks!
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I think it would be possible, never seen it done though. I believe the hinge is not recessed deeper than the angle on the top front of the door, that would be the only physical limiter that I could think of...I believe I have a spare wagoneer door if you want to experiment....
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Old December 25th, 2017, 10:22 PM
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I just was wondering since guys do the one piece window swap to the flat fender power wagons. I haven't looked at the door parts diagram to see if its possible. I want to run the stock door and windshield. I'm making mine a crew cab. I have a cherry donor waggy body that I'm going to cut and section to make it happen.
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