I used Nu-Relic power windows in Leo. The are very easy to install. They bolt into the original regulator bolt holes. But......they now sell for over $400 pair. And where's the fun in just bolting in something when you can spend 2-3 weeks cobbling something together that might work and might not work. We'll see.
In true CASO fashion I am cobbling together cheap ass power windows.
I went on Ebay and found power windows for the rear doors for a Cadillac Escalade that look like I could make work. $55.50 delivered to my door for both doors. Woo Hoo, what a deal.
I got them today. Since the door glass is curved in the Cadillac the lift mechanism is also curved and 4" too tall.
I told Robert "There's nobody in the state of Georgia that can straighten these lift channels". As usual, he grabbed them out of my hand in in 15 minutes had all four channels straight as an arrow.
I then cut 4 inches out of the middle of each riser and am now ready to shorten each cable 4 inches.
The lift mechanism as it came out of the box.
The channels after they've been straightened and shortened