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    Front quarter windows and power windows

    Hey all,

    Does anyone know if any gq patrol front doors came with quarter windows and power windows?

    If not, is it possible to put an electric window in one that came with quarters? I would assume you could but there might be something not compatible that I haven't thought of

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    In Patrols as far as I know, there is no such thing as specific power window regulators. The power windows motors act like an electrical crank, they basically just turn the crank spindle.
    Also, the power window motors are not installed inside the doors attached to the regulators, as usual. They sit outside the door skin while the regulators are on the inside. Basically, the power window motors are "add-ons".

    That said, I have never seen in person a door with front quarter. I suggest you remove one of the hand cranks and compare the spindle splines with the power window motor to see if they match (they should).
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    Sounds like a great place to start.
    Cheers mate

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