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Billet Aluminum Latch Pivot for First Gen Tacoma Tundra Rear Quarter Window (Pair)


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  • Fits 95-2004 Toyota Tacoma
  • Fits 00-06 Toyota Tundra
  • Replaces the Toyota plastic part with ALUMINUM
  • NEW Design fits better, looks better!
  • Fix your window latch PERMANENTLY!
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Billet Aluminum Latch Pivot for First Gen Tacoma Tundra Rear Quarter Window (Pair) + Genuine Toyota A/C Knob + Depo 312-50039-370 Toyota Tundra Tailgate Exterior Door Handle
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Product Information

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BrandDasher Deals
Item model numberPIVOT
Exterior Metallic Finish
Manufacturer Part NumberPIVOT
  
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ASINB00877TP4K
Best Sellers Rank #4,886 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 4, 2013
  
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Product Description

These units are our NEW DESIGN! They are cut to the same dimensions as the original part, including thickness. Fits: 95.5-2004 Toyota Tacoma XtraCab 2000-2006 Toyota Tundra Access Cab One order fixes BOTH windows!! If you have a first gen Taco or Tundra with busted rear window latches, this is for you! I personally developed this replacement solid billet aluminum pivot. It replaces the well known plastic Toyota part that breaks easily. Why replace the entire hinge for $25+ EACH only to have them break again? You can get a pair of these for MUCH less and fix them PERMANENTLY! MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! If you dont like them, send it back for a full refund! NOTES: YOU MUST USE LUBRICANT DURING INSTALL!! Lithium grease or WD-40 works fine! These are designed for a snug fit to prevent rattling, however the pins may prove to be TOO TIGHT in some situations. If you find the pins too be too tight, simply drill the holes on the pivot out slightly. You may also find the window does not close as tightly as before. This is generally due to the mount arm being bent slightly during pin removal. It is soft metal, and can be easily bent by hand. If your window is loose, just give that arm a couple of tugs towards the inside of the truck, and the window should then close tightly! BE CAREFUL!! If you still find an improper fit. Let me know the details! These work for 99% of people perfectly, and I am trying my best to find the reason why a few customers have issues. We will gladly take constructive criticism on getting these improved, and satisfaction is guaranteed or your money back!! Required tools: Channel locks, or similar pliers Phillips screwdriver Hammer Approx. 5/32" drift punch (similar size old drill bit or allen wrench will work) Lubricant is recommended You can review the instructions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80KBuGY9Qs4

Customer Reviews

Five Star experience... Big thanks!
Suzanne
A good quality metal replacement for the plastic Toyota piece.
prulady
It works great and it is a great fit.
D. Randles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Zibi on August 11, 2012
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I ordered 2 pieces, that were broken , received in three days. Great replacement for plastic ones, which sooner or later will brake. They match perfectly, even thought they are little bit norrower.(does'n make difference in how they work. Hope the other plastic parts will not brake. Replacement instraction video can be found on youtube.com Whole process took 15min. Do not waste your money and time going to dealer.
P.S. Put some lubricant before removing pins from old latch- it hepls.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jamie on July 29, 2014
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I wanted to share my installation experience in hopes I can save some folks from making the same mistakes I made. I own a 2004 Tacoma. Starting on the passenger side window, removing the old latch pivot went quite smoothly. Thank you to those that recommended lubing/oiling the pins. They slid out with minimal effort. Unfortunately, in my haste to complete the job, I didn't make sure that my pins fit inside the predrilled holes of the new latch pivot. I was able to install the pin on the truck side of the latch with relative ease (and a lot of oil) and it was a solid fit. Unfortunately, the hole on the window side was too small. No amount of hammering was going to make the pin fit. Due to the solid fit, I could not get the pin I just installed back out so I was unable to remove the latch pivot completely to drill out the hole. My drill was too big in a limited amount of space to get a direct bead to bore out the hole. However, after some crafty angle drilling (and a fair amount of cussing), I was able to get the pin installed. Learning from my mistakes, the driver's side window pivot took less then 5 minutes to remove and install.

There's an old adage that goes something along the lines of "measure twice, cut once". That holds true in this case as well. Lubing the pins will make getting them in and out easier. Double check and make sure your pins fit into the predrilled holes of the new latch pivot before installing. Doing both will save you a lot of time and blood pressure medication. :o)

Overall, the product is simple and solid. Both of my pieces had to be bored out on the window latch side. I don't know if there is a difference in pin size between the Tacoma and Tundra, but the holes on the window side of the latch were consistently about 1/16 inch too small.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cosmic11do2 on September 11, 2013
The billets were of very high quality and mostly worked for me. When fully latched they tend to let in a little wind noise but if I just don't latch all the way they are fine. Also the AL billets are not as thick (in height) as the original plastic so you need to fiddle a bit to get them aligned.

For anyone interested I put up some photos and an instruction sheet (since not instructions come with the billets) at:
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Alan D.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David cowart on August 28, 2013
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seemed a little looser than the stock latch ...no satisfying pop when it closed but it didnt leak at the car wash
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By terry morgan on April 27, 2014
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i am so excited about these. they are working perfectly. this was a genious idea. i want to thank whomever came up with it, it was great
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nickolas Aionaaka on January 11, 2014
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Use an Allen wrench to punch out the pins, front pin towards the window goes down while the pin on the truck frame goes out in the upward position. Solid product. Recommended
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jak4 on April 16, 2013
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these aluminum ones are better than the stock plastic ones but I thought it would have a more snug fit, they work and keep a good enough seal to keep the rain out

2000 tundra sr5
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By prulady on July 1, 2012
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A good quality metal replacement for the plastic Toyota piece. We ordered 2 because both of the truck's quarter windows plastic pieces needed replacement. Thanks!
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