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In Search Of Hold Backs for Drop Down Windows on a Lakota LQ

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SmokumDry
Reg. Aug 2020
Posted 2020-08-25 3:34 PM (#173217)
Subject: In Search Of Hold Backs for Drop Down Windows on a Lakota LQ


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I'm desperate to find Hold Backs for Drop Down Windows for a 2008 Lakota 3 horse w/LQ
Lakota doesn't carry them and I've checked with several dealerships and e-trailer type companies online. Anyone have any ideas???



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oksmith1
Reg. Oct 2009
Posted 2020-08-31 12:04 PM (#173223 - in reply to #173217)
Subject: RE: In Search Of Hold Backs for Drop Down Windows on a Lakota LQ


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Check the door hold back that 4 Star uses, not sure about the inner id size, but it is similar. 
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aceliberty
Reg. Sep 2011
Posted 2020-10-15 7:44 AM (#173307 - in reply to #173217)
Subject: RE: In Search Of Hold Backs for Drop Down Windows on a Lakota LQ



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I had a similar issue with a drop down on a previous trailer. I would put a small piece of paper towel in the bracket to secure the window from flapping while traveling down the road on windy days. ***Here's a tip I learned to prevent that from occurring in the first place.....When you drop the window, open the screen to allow air to flow through the window as opposed to an updraft under it. I used to observe that the drop downs were especially prone to flapping when semis passed on windy days. Good luck.
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