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Obs dual rear sliding window to single conversion?

Is there a way to replace my dual sliding rear windows to a single?

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i have a 96 crew cab. ot has the centurion package, it came stock or whatever with a power slider, so they must make a kit
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Google c r Lawrence, they make them for the obs trucks still, good luck bro

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