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Looking for window kit parts

Posted by Jason Rukes.

Engineer on team #109, Arial Systems & Libertyville HS, from Libertyville High School and Arial Systems Corp.

Posted on 4/14/2000 9:34 AM MST



I'd like to use the parts for the window lift motor/kit for a student design project over the summer. Does anyone know where I may commercially purchase at least a dozen of the following:
-window lift motor (either right or left-handed)
-wire connector for motor
-window lift mounting bracket
-window lift gear
-window lift tape
-channel for tape drive

A local Pontiac dealer is selling the motors, but they are $160 ea! I know a salvage yard is an option, but I can't guarantee quantities or condition. Even just the part numbers would be a big help.

Thanks,
Jason Rukes
Team 109

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Re: Looking for window kit parts

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Coach on team #330, Beach Bot 2000, from Hope Chapel Academy and NASA/JPL & J&F Machine.

Posted on 4/14/2000 4:09 PM MST


In Reply to: Looking for window kit parts posted by Jason Rukes on 4/14/2000 9:34 AM MST:



The parts numbers for the window motors are given in the message at the link below.

Also in this message is a link to information about how to obtain window motors that are close to but not identical the kit motors.

Joe Ross
Team 330

: I'd like to use the parts for the window lift motor/kit for a student design project over the summer. Does anyone know where I may commercially purchase at least a dozen of the following:
: -window lift motor (either right or left-handed)
: -wire connector for motor
: -window lift mounting bracket
: -window lift gear
: -window lift tape
: -channel for tape drive

: A local Pontiac dealer is selling the motors, but they are $160 ea! I know a salvage yard is an option, but I can't guarantee quantities or condition. Even just the part numbers would be a big help.

: Thanks,
: Jason Rukes
: Team 109

: See you at the WMRC!


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Re: Looking for window kit parts

Posted by Peg Warrick.

Other on team #191, X-Cats, from Wilson Magnet School and Xerox.

Posted on 4/15/2000 7:35 AM MST


In Reply to: Looking for window kit parts posted by Jason Rukes on 4/14/2000 9:34 AM MST:



: I've bought quite a few window lift motors at a slavage yard in the last few years and haven't had any problem. I wouldn't worry about it. They are so much cheaper that even if you get one bad one in a lot it will be worth it.


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