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I wanted to see what the community thought.

A couple months ago, my back window was smashed out, and the photos below show the replacement window with an almost 'custom' side hang. I don't mind it and for half the cost (500 tax included) I was happy.

Photos of the damage are at this link:
http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=52847
 

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can you show it on a far view??

some guy from the other site is making a spoiler kit similar to the suv porche as of right now.
 

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Does it really function as a spoiler or is it attached to the glass? :confused:
It's attached to the glass. The window isn't from a Bravada, because the top piece (what looks like a spoiler) would fit flush w the sides of the gate frame. But the glass itself, the latch, and the fit are the same as the original glass. It sort of looks like a spoiler. Which I'm fine with because the cost for an actual replacement was straight robbery.
 

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Well, for less than half the cost, I couldn't bitch. I don't hate but I did consider purchasing the correct top piece from the dealer. I Just don't know if it will match up with the screw plate that is molded to the window.
 
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