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Old 11-04-2007, 06:30 PM   #1
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How do I replace the plastic window slide clips?

Two of my windows have broken slide clips. These are the little plastic pieces that you push together in order for the window to go up and down. I have a 1996 Intl. w/ Amtran body. Any ideas on how to replace these? Thanks.
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Re: How do I replace the plastic window slide clips?

Try Transportation Accessories Company -- TAC on the Web, they have that sort of thing.
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