Truck Sliders Replacement
Truck Sliders are used on trucks and are also called truck sliders. Most truck sliders are made of safety glass. These auto glass windows are held in place and secured by metal or plastic latches inside the vehicle. They also allow access to the rear of the truck for those who may have campers on the bed of the truck. In some cases, many truck owners choose to replace the slider with a single back glass to reduce cost, or some may choose to replace the single back glass with a slider.
Truck Slider Replacement
When making a comparison to other types of truck sliders windows take the place of a rear windshield. This provides a rear viewport for truck drivers whose passenger cabins are shorter than the typical passenger vehicle. It also acts like a rear windshield in that the panes are fully contoured to the shape of the vehicle with aluminum frames, providing structural support to the roof of the truck cabin. Truck sliders are typically sealed in with rubber seals that are air and water tight to keep out the elements.
Truck sliders Features
Sliders are created for each vehicle’s make and model. Designs come from the number of window panels and how many slide open to vent the truck, also how the panes are secured and latched.
- Weathertight design
- Smooth Slide Operation
- Durable Electrostatic Powder Coated
- Radius Corners
- Tri-panel truck sliders often have one window panel that slides open to vent.
- Four-panel truck sliders have two windows that slide along the track, what’s known as “duo-venting” truck sliders, this provides the widest possible opening.
The type of tempered or safety glass used for truck sliders can be customized as well, allowing you to choose from solar privacy glass which helps reduce interior heat build-up or privacy tints.