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Adding a sliding rear window?

My truck has a fixed piece of glass now.

Do they make a rear sliding window that is larger than the stock one? It can be a manually operated one. I would like to be able to climb through it to access my camper shell.

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the glass is all the same since 08... maybe @CARiD will have something with a larger window.

That said, why not just boot the window to the shell, that way its always open and connected?

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Not sure if we have it, but I'll check it for you. Please let me know the exact year/model of your truck and a cab type


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the glass is all the same since 08... maybe @CARiD will have something with a larger window.

That said, why not just boot the window to the shell, that way its always open and connected?
What does this mean? No window in my truck or shell? How do you seal it? I live in the Northwest and it gets cold in Winter. Is there something that could be put up to prevent heat loss?

It is a 2017 F250 crew cab XLT 4x4
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It's a piece of rubber that seals the shell to the truck, not sure about the temps... I would think you could block it off pretty easily to keep heat in the cab.




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