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post #1 of 5 Old 07-10-2010, 06:35 AM Thread Starter
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hey guys i sent my dad to pick up some new back doors for my 97 crew cab and when he got back i started looking at them and notice a couple things different about them

they will mount on the truck
but the glass is a two piece instead of the normal 1 piece (there is a stationary 4-6" piece up front then the back part 16" or so is what rolls up and down)
the door handle on the inside is in a different location (its up higher about 2-4" down from the glass)

i dont have the inside door panels for this type of door handle setup

these doors are nice really nice they are black with one little ding in them smaller than a dime

just need to know what they came off so i can start searching for door panels or sell them

my dad pulled them off a 96 ford but idont know if the where origanal i only found one pick on the internet and that was on a 85 or 86 centurion ( 4 door bronco)

any help is appreciated
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It sounds like something you would see on a bronco....Can you post a pic or two?

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Sounds like an 80-86 door. For some reason i've also seen those doors on 87-91 trucks. You could probably retrofit your later model glass and handle onto that door since I doubt that shell of the door has changed. This is just another anomaly about these trucks..

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Sounds like an 80-86 door. For some reason i've also seen those doors on 87-91 trucks. You could probably retrofit your later model glass and handle onto that door since I doubt that shell of the door has changed. This is just another anomaly about these trucks..
What this guy said!

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thanks guys that is what my doors look like do you know any company that sell parts for the back doors of these trucks Iknow npd and lmc sell stuff for the front but what about the back doors
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