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Old June 28th, 2016, 04:09 PM
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Identify these windows?

I'd like to upgrade the tiny windows that are currently on my 110 HT to the ones from the attached photos, but I can't seem to find them anywhere online. I'm pretty sure that they aren't just 110/90 stock sliding windows. But I've seen a few cars with the exact same ones, so maybe it's a stock part? Anybody know? thanks!
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Old June 28th, 2016, 04:39 PM
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ECR calls them "African spec. windows" if you goggle 3 door 110 side windows

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Old June 28th, 2016, 04:45 PM
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I've googled it many times, nothing comes up as far as a part number, size specs, on online store that carry's them. I've already written ECR on the possibility of purchasing some from them, waiting on a response. If that's not an option, they seem to be the only people that call them that, so I'm still back to square 1.
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Old June 28th, 2016, 05:01 PM
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Old June 28th, 2016, 05:51 PM
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Lol I've already seen that too. Those are custom made windows that are $2000+ before shipping. What I'm looking for are fairly widely used, seemingly stock parts. Maybe ECR just made a shit ton of cars with them. So many that there's enough on the road for it to look like a stock part lol
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Old June 28th, 2016, 05:58 PM
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Aren't those defender pickup cab rear sliding Windows? Just under 36" in length each.
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Old June 28th, 2016, 06:03 PM
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Aren't those defender pickup cab rear sliding Windows? Just under 36" in length each.
I think you might be onto something here!

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Aren't those defender pickup cab rear sliding Windows? Just under 36" in length each.
Now I'm wondering if those might be the same as the 90/110 SW side windows, in which they would be too wide. The ones that I'm looking for I think are taller and skinnier
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Old June 28th, 2016, 06:34 PM
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I think Masai sells them or something like them.
Masai Land Rover Defender Accessories and Parts ยป Side Windows for Land Rover Defender
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They're RV windows from what I recall. If you saw the other thread then you probably saw that they'll build to whatever size.
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I have to do something with my 90. A CR Laurence window shattered a couple of weeks ago. Having a larger window would be good.
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Just heard back from ECR. The windows from my photo were actually a LR Original part, that are no longer in production and pretty much cannot be found for sale. Maybe I'll have to save up and put in something custom/non-original. Thanks for the help everybody!
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^hilarious and informative hahaha
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They look like boat/marine windows.
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Aren't those defender pickup cab rear sliding Windows? Just under 36" in length each.
This is correct - readily available from any reputable Defender supplier... (hint hint)
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This is correct - readily available from any reputable Defender supplier... (hint hint)
Do you know this for sure? The company that I went through to get mine had hundreds of stock 90/110 sliding side windows laying around. That's where I originally got the idea from and I asked for them to install them. They told me that they are too wide and that you can't fit on each side. We even held them up to the car. It looked like you'd have to mount them toughing in the middle to fit it onto the thing, and that wouldn't even work because you'd have to cut through the bulkheads on the inside.

I could be completely wrong, that's why Ive been looking for something else. They build and ship tons of defenders every year so I took their word. If someone has already done it themselves and has photos, it would save me a bunch of time/money lol
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Do you know this for sure? The company that I went through to get mine had hundreds of stock 90/110 sliding side windows laying around. That's where I originally got the idea from and I asked for them to install them. They told me that they are too wide and that you can't fit on each side. We even held them up to the car. It looked like you'd have to mount them toughing in the middle to fit it onto the thing, and that wouldn't even work because you'd have to cut through the bulkheads on the inside.

I could be completely wrong, that's why Ive been looking for something else. They build and ship tons of defenders every year so I took their word. If someone has already done it themselves and has photos, it would save me a bunch of time/money lol
Just to clarify again these are NOT standard SIDE windows...

If you want to order them we can supply them for about $675 a window + shipping for Genuine or $350 a window + shipping for aftermarket

email if you prefer - brian@defendersnw.com
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Somewhat related, are the 110 5door side windows the same as the 90 side windows?
Yes...

Side windows are 42" - single sliding pane
Rear windows are 36" - dual sliding panes
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Yes...

Side windows are 42" - single sliding pane
Rear windows are 36" - dual sliding panes
And what are the size of these windows? I've had people all over claiming that they are just stock size
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And what are the size of these windows? I've had people all over claiming that they are just stock size
If you mean the "african spec" windows, they are the 36" rear p/u cab window...

I've installed them in a couple trucks, and just measured my 110 side and 130 rear window for you to get the numbers above.

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