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    Hi guys.

    Got to remove my back two door windows soon to replace them with ones I'm buying from someone else. Just wondering how they come out? Do they come out through a section where the door card is or is it through the top when they're in the upright position?

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    I think they come out through the normal window slot at an angle, but can't be 100% sure.

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    Ok, I'll wait for someone else to confirm. Got some wind deflectors here I want to fit but if they'll be in the way I'll leave them off for now. Then again, can always be removed?

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    Mark I know you're very impatient about getting these wind deflectors on lol

    But leave them until the new windows are in......won't be long to wait

    It will be worth it in the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by simmo3187 View Post
    Mark I know you're very impatient about getting these wind deflectors on lol
    Not as impatient as you on MSN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by simmo3187 View Post
    Mark I know you're very impatient about getting these wind deflectors on lol

    Pot, kettle, black !!!!!!!!!

    Mark as soon as i get back from London buddy we will get you into the Chop Shop for some bits and bobs buddy !!!!!

    Back in a V6 !!!!!!!!!!!! And lovin it !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinky View Post
    Pot, kettle, black !!!!!!!!!

    Mark as soon as i get back from London buddy we will get you into the Chop Shop for some bits and bobs buddy !!!!!
    Awesome. It is no longer a priority - I've found somewhere to hide them out the way. They were on my bed yesterday with nowhere to put them apart from in the boot (where they'd probably be smashed due to all the crap in there) or on the floor. They're now very carefully wedged behind a bookcase so either the mother or the cat can't see them off before they're fitted.

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    you'll have to strip the rear door down and remove the seals to get the glass out bud - theres also the guide at the rear of the glass which needs to come out too - hope this helps

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