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I’ve seen various post on Instagram where they were installed on newer Silverado/sierras but could never get hardly any info on it. Only that a custom glass shop can have it done. If only gm would make their sliding back glass a little bigger


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Has anyone ever installed or attempted to install a titan rear sliding window in a 2014 and up silverado is it possible?


It is very possible... I just inquired on getting one installed on mine and I’m waiting on a price. Another guy beat me to the punch and my installer is doing his next week... Hear are some pics of one I’ve seen on IG... There is video as well... I’ll try to post that too... 7d8e9bfdf3573552d65f3e692783378e.jpg2884f3437befe770f1ea3cb355e4ec2b.jpg


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It is very possible... I just inquired on getting one installed on mine and I’m waiting on a price. Another guy beat me to the punch and my installer is doing his next week... Hear are some pics of one I’ve seen on IG... There is video as well... I’ll try to post that too... 7d8e9bfdf3573552d65f3e692783378e.jpg2884f3437befe770f1ea3cb355e4ec2b.jpg


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That’s the first time I’ve ever seen one on a newer body style Chevy I must say it looks pretty sweet if you can find out price please let me know


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If I can remember correctly I believe all you need is the Titan window and have it cut to size. If you don't already have the rear sliding window you'll also need motor.

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I've used my rear window to increase carrying capacity but wouldn't buy a larger window for this purpose.  When I was regularly carrying longer lengths I installed a headache rack.  For good air circulation, I find the stock window more than adequate.  The larger window looks cool but I personally see no advantage.  This is one of those situations where size truly doesn't matter, imo! 

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1 hour ago, Kenrbass said:

The gm unit has a tiny window.  I do trim work on houses and sometimes need to carry 16 to 20 ft trim. With a sliding glass, I can wrap a towel on the front and lay it on the dash.  I'm interested in this larger rear window also. 

I carry 20' top rails for fencing from time to time. It goes on the back-rack and over the tailgate, not in the cab where it can impale me. Just a thought though. Drive safe and secure your loads everybody :) Good luck on the window swap. Let me know if anyone installs a F150 panoramic roof in a Sierra, I would be more inclined towards that mod personally. 

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Actual Nissan Titan window

It’s the actual window.. Some buy them new and some buy the from salvage yards... I’ve gotta friend that works for the DMV and visits salvage yards daily so I’ll probably get mine for $100 or so with the motor... Btw... I also own a Tundra Limited and the entire back glass goes down. That feature sold me b/c it’s as close to having a Jeep with no windows without having a Jeep.

 

 

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That's a lot of money on a mod that rewards you with more room for your dog to stick his head in the cab and drool on your seats. 


This is not an expensive mod at all... Actually it comes in less that what you pay for the small window in the LTZ or High Country...


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