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    Electric window conduit

    Hi I need some options for the conduit for the electric window wires .I have seen the 57 Chevrolet standard conduits .Has anyone used something different. I have been told that the holes should be staggered top to bottom

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    Look to modern technology for an answer. Todays vehicles are very advanced in this area compared to 1957.

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    Thanks

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    I was going to use the braided stainless conduits and actually bought them, but decided to hide the wires and make everything invisible.

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