Auto-rolling rear / back window?

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Asked by Aug 31, 2014 at 10:20 PM about the 2009 Chevrolet Avalanche LT2 4WD

Question type: Car Customization

I've had the window out a few times in the Avalanche and it certainly makes for
improved air flow (although, the sun-roof + rear windows is a great option too).  I
recently saw a Toyota Tundra with a rolling rear / back window and thought that would
be an awesome upgrade on my Avalanche.  However, I wasn't sure if that was even
feasible with the Avalanche's mid-gate.  Or, if it's cost prohibitive given the mid-gate
and size of the window.  Certainly wouldn't add anything other than aesthetics and
being able to control the window from the dash.

Thanks,

- Greg  

(although, depending on what the home HVAC Repair guy says, any non-critical
updates will be put on ice).

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Interesting.

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think thousands of dollars to try and do this.

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Thanks for the reality check, madmopar. It looked rather nice on the Tundra, but yeah, trying to make the Avalanche do that would more than likely be cost prohibitive.

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