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rail for 31/32 cabriolet #231509
01/20/12 04:24 PM
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The rail under the roll up windows that the window riser is attached to, both the left and right ones are missing. These screw into the chrome window frame. Is there a way to fabricate or otherwise purchase these parts? Jim

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Re: rail for 31/32 cabriolet [Re: jim_Del] #231540
01/20/12 09:09 PM
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Is it the part the moves in the verticle guide track for a single arm regulator? For my cabriolet I have only one side and will probably have to fabricate the other one.


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