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Cab visor

Discussion in 'Aftermarket Accessories' started by smurph20, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. smurph20

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    Who knows where i can get a cab visor the one that goes across the top of the windshield. I want to add one to mine K20. Iv always loved the look of these trucks with them espicially when they are lifted wth some nice rims and tires.
     
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    Summit racing. Better late then never :p
     
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    Look around on Craigslist hoss, save a few bucks.


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    Phhhfffft !!! Visor??? :poop: Just get you some plywood and self tappers and paint it white, then screw some farm fuck lights to the top of the plywood and call it a day. :yucky:
     
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    :happy175: I just don't care for visors on trucks. I know they serve a great purpose and I wished I liked them, but IMO, they look like hell. Trust me, if any of my trucks had one, it would be yours. I'll keep my eyes open for one around here for cheap.
     
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    I have a Lund on my truck. At first I was not a huge fan but it kinda grows on you after awhile.

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    lund visors aint around anymore ecept old used ones, keystone restyling bought off the molds or something and have some but way expensive. summit craigslist, ebay, junkyards is about it.
     
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    I might be taking the visor off in the future and if anyone is interested, it's more than welcome to go to a good home!
     
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    I have one I would give you in my garage, but I really don't want to ship it. My burb had one sometime in it's past and it is gone now. I hate looking at the holes so I got a lund one from a guy here at work thinking it was the same, but the bolt holes do not line up on my truck. Not even close so I have been tripping over it in my garage from months.
     
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    Cool, 2 more guys that don't like visors. :waytogo:

    I love what they do for blocking the sun, I just hate the way they look.
     
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    I hate them and everything about them. The only reason I have one is because my truck has holes in it and I wanted to fix the look cheap. Instead I have to spend $1000 getting the holes filled and the roof repainted.
     
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    I see your point. Since it's a Fo buh Fo, I think I'd be desinging and fabbing me up some kind of light bar to utlitize those same holes and fill them that way with some sealer under the bar. Or at least use the holes for brackets to a light bar rathen bolt the whole light bar to the roof. :shrug: I'd figger sumthin out.
     
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    I agree, they do have their practical use and all but it's one of those things where you either hate them or love them
     

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