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AM Auto Ram ProMaster 2014+ Driver Side Rear Cargo Door Half Slider Window(PB07-LB-HSS-2 P)

  • $ 430.17


Note: All AM Auto Window packages must be opened and checked for damage and missing parts within 21 days of receipt.

The ProMaster now has AM Auto Ram ProMaster 2014+ Driver Side Rear Cargo Door Half Slider Window(PB07-LB-HSS-2 P) that is a perfect complement to the ProMaster's sleek aerodynamic styling. These windows have silkscreened black faded edges with solar privacy glass and a half slider opening. The entire unit is contoured to match the sidewall and doors, making the installation as simple as conventional fully-framed windows. These are configured to fit within the OEM stampings and provide a customized OEM look, whether you are converting for recreational or commercial use. 

KEY FEATURES: AM AUTO RAM PROMASTER 2014+ DRIVER SIDE REAR CARGO DOOR HALF SLIDER WINDOW ( PB07-LB-HSS-2 P)

This Ram Promaster cargo door window:

  • Fits 2014+ Ram Promaster vans 118", 136” & 159” , 159" ext. wheelbases
  • AMA privacy 17% solar tint
  • Half-slider opening for ventilation
  • Sliding screen
  • Uses tempered glass for maximum safety and strength
  • Is tested to ANSI Z26.1 and FMVSS 205 safety standards
  • Glass UV rating=17%
  • Uses factory stampings for cut lines
  • 6 Months warranty

    SPECIFICATIONS: AM AUTO RAM PROMASTER 2014+ DRIVER SIDE REAR CARGO DOOR WINDOW (PB07-LB-HSS-2 P)

    Height  (in.)
    26.25
    Width   (in.) 32.63
    Weight (lbs) N/A

     

    What’s needed to install a bond-in window?


    Sikaflex P2G Adhesive

    Qty: 1-2 tubes for small and medium size windows.

    Qty: 2 tubes for large windows.

    CRL Car Window Primer

    Qty: 1, 3.4 oz Primer bottle for 4 large windows and 2 small windows.

    Qty: 2, 3.4 oz Primer bottles for 6-8 windows(full window set).

    Trim lock or window gasket for the cut metal edge. This window's compatible option can be found in this page's Frequently Bought Together section.

    Check out our How to Install Bonded Van Windows blog article for more details, or watch the video below.

    Video: How to Install Bonded Windows


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