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Username Post: Nu-Relics Power windows        (Topic#352866)
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09-05-18 02:25 PM - Post#2745426    

Anyone install this kit? Feedback, thoughts, advice?


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09-05-18 06:44 PM - Post#2745447    
    In response to SmooveP

Did you find this supplier thru ChevyTalk, as they are a sponsor.

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09-05-18 07:10 PM - Post#2745449    
    In response to SmooveP

Top notch company from CT members feedback AND a new sponsor!

Please mention that you are a CT member if you do decide to pull the trigger.

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09-06-18 04:01 AM - Post#2745459    
    In response to SmooveP

Yes, I installed a Nu Relics PW kit in my 59 Biscayne and it fit nicely and works well. I don't recall the part number.

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09-06-18 06:42 AM - Post#2745467    
    In response to SmooveP

I installed a kit from another vendor in my '58 Impala. The front windows were no problem, but the back ones wouldn't go in anywhere close to where the stamped holes were. I was supposed to drill holes and cut out sections to get the motors to bolt in, aided by a flat template applied to a very un-flat surface. I finally pulled the front ones back out and returned the whole kit to the seller. I then ordered a kit from Nu-Relics for only a little more money, and it fit like a glove, truly a bolt-in kit. Wish I'd gone with them from the start. Their customer service is great, one of their guys walked me through a wiring problem I had (my problem, not theirs) and everything works like it's supposed to. I highly recommend Nu-Relics, you won't be sorry.

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09-06-18 07:15 AM - Post#2745469    
    In response to fantm2flyer

Thanks for the info and response, been wanting to pull the trigger on that for a while.

Pierre "SmooveP" Suranto
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09-07-18 05:08 PM - Post#2745616    
    In response to SmooveP

You may recall a lengthy discussion about my power windows and the bad switches that came with the Late Great kit. I put the Nu-Relics system on the car and everything was fine after that.



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