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    101 Door Tops - Sliding Windows

    I am thinking about changing my 101 door tops to the type where both windows slide - I thought Rocky Mountain made them for the 101 but they only have Series door tops on their website.

    Any suggestions on where I might find the ones for a 101?

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    Are they different to series?

    sorry that's probably off topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by garrycol View Post
    I am thinking about changing my 101 door tops to the type where both windows slide - I thought Rocky Mountain made them for the 101 but they only have Series door tops on their website.

    Any suggestions on where I might find the ones for a 101?

    Thanks

    Garry
    They have been discontinued I believe. I think they may have been thinking about doing another run, maybe email them? Id be in for a set too if they make some.

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    Are they different to series?
    Yes, the are different - they are taller and I think wider too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by debruiser View Post
    Are they different to series?
    Yes unique to the 101.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Homestar View Post
    They have been discontinued I believe. I think they may have been thinking about doing another run, maybe email them? Id be in for a set too if they make some.
    Thanks Gav
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    Garry - have you tried Able Engineering? They have a stack of 101 parts. Not sure if they have Rocky Mountain or not - but worth a check.
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    Yes I did check them - they just have standard style door tops (exceptionally expensive).

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    Cant you convert the ones you have?
    I did for a series. Bunnings double window track. Plastic, just fits in nicely then tinted perspex or acryllic with knobs glued on. Same system as the Rocky mountain ones.

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    Well yes but it is simply easier to get the correct set - plus I need to get a new door top anyway. I have used the plastic track before on a series 1 I had - is not good. if I were to do it myself I would just use the standard LR channel.

    I have sent an email to Rocky Mountain so I will see what they have to say.

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    Keep us posted on any replies you get from them Garry. 👍


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