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post #71 of 79 Old 08-19-2012, 08:20 AM
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I have this one Summit Racing SUM-480136 - Summit Racing® Sportvisor Cab Visors - Overview - SummitRacing.com because I don't have factory clearance lights and didn't really want to install them on this truck even though I've installed on several other trucks. I used the same one without lights on a couple of other trucks and I've never had a issue of any kind with any of them and I think they look really good and they sure help with the glaring Arizona sun and heat. If you want a better pic let me know.
That visor isn't even a Lund or a Keystone. Now these are...

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Question is what one is the original look from Lund.....?

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That visor isn't even a Lund or a Keystone. Now these are...

Keystone Restyling 12159 - Keystone Restyling SunVisors - Mobile SummitRacing.com
Keystone Restyling 19002 - Keystone Restyling MoonVisors - Mobile SummitRacing.com

Question is what one is the original look from Lund.....?

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Keystone IS Lund




Thanks goober I didn't "know that" the visor 1dieselman has presented isn't either. I can see the "keystone" visors are not the same as the "Lund" visors. They are more round and just not as 90s look I want.

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my black truck had a visor and separate cab lights and I like how it looked. I wouldn't mind my green truck having one but I'm not gonna take the time to install one. and it would have to be the same as my lund on my other truck.

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Thanks goober I didn't "know that" the visor 1dieselman has presented isn't either. I can see the "keystone" visors are not the same as the "Lund" visors. They are more round and just not as 90s look I want.

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The Keystone visor IS the same as the Lund Visor. JUst make sure you are getting the "old style" and NOT the Lunar visor. But if IIRC the lunar visor is NOT available for the OBS trucks

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Cool. I have two white F350 Crew Cab 4x4's I'm working on right now. I need to install a visor on one of them. Can you tell me the brand and source for your visor. I'd sure appreciate it. BurleighBudd in Jacksonville, NC ... burleighbro@gmail.com

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