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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-04-2003, 02:40 PM
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Does this sun visor exist? (where to buy?)

I am looking for a add on sun visor which has lights built into it. But I want the lights to look like the rased lights on the cab of a ford 250SD.

Lights like this:


on a sun visor like this:


I don't care what brand it is. I swear I have seen a sun visor like this, but I can not find one for sale anywhere. Have you guys ever seen one like I describe?
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Re: Does this sun visor exist? (where to buy?)

yeah, i think they call them moon visors when they add the lights, but i dont think they're setup exactly like the superduty lights. you could buy the orange cab markers at walmart and add them yourself, though [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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yep, sure enough, here's a Lund Moon Visor:
<img src=http://www.kctruck.com/lund_m26.jpg>

but like i said, the lights arent like the superduties, they are transversely mounted.
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Re: Does this sun visor exist? (where to buy?)

Thanks for the responce. That lund moon visor is the only lighted visor I can find for sale. But it just doesn't look right to me.

I am possitive I saw the visor I want. I saw it this morrning on my drive to work. The truck was parked in a driveway. I couldn't get a very good look because the house/driveway was set far back from the road, and it would have been inaproprate to go that far onto their land.

I wonder if he bought it that way or made it himself like muddy said.
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Who sells the visors. I'm wanting one just to keep the big heat tab brightness down. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] NORM
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I got brilliant idea stop and ask the guy, ive yet to see some one get pissed admiring there work. Althought it looks fairly simple to make those high five lights just screw in and a couples wires.
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Re: Does this sun visor exist? (where to buy?)

My buddies truck has what your lookin for, but in reality all it is is a standard (non lighted) Lund visor, and then those lights mounted seperately on the roof, with small cuts in the visor so theyd align properly on the roof.
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My buddies truck has what your lookin for, but in reality all it is is a standard (non lighted) Lund visor, and then those lights mounted seperately on the roof, with small cuts in the visor so theyd align properly on the roof.

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I got a better (sideways) view of the turck I saw on the way to work. It looks like you describe. The lights are acctually on the cab roof with the visor cut to fit around them. I guess I've got a project once the weather warms up.
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