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How the hell do you get the side rear window out of a Crew Cab?!?!

I have the rear window completely free of everything in the door but it physically will not come out of the window hole. Is there something i'm missing here? I would greatly appreciate it if someone can help me out.
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Are all the brackets in the door removed?

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Yes, everything is removed. The glass seems too big to be pulled out of the frame.
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The factory service manual has you remove he glass through the window opening. Cheers!

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The factory service manual has you remove he glass through the window opening. Cheers!
window opening ??

is that the technical term for the
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Sorry for missing that. That is what the manual says. Definitely not going to fit through any of the openings in the lower section. I will assume you tried to rotate the glass and have the scrapers out? Cheers!

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i was bagging on you Patrick
I was getting a laugh out of the OP's term "Window Hole" struck my as funny

wish I could help the op he must be missing something but it went in through the window opening when it was installed it must come out the same it's not like a ship in a bottle where they build the outside around the part lol

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You have to pull the U channel. There are also a couple bolts/nuts that hold the regulator straight. Then you rotate the window either forward or backwards. It comes out then. It's not real fun to pull. I would also recommend wrapping the glass inside and out with blue painters tape. Glass can get scratched.
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^^ What he said, you have to rotate the glass. I forget if it is clockwise or counter. It has been too long

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