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Old 12-23-2008, 10:26 PM
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leaking visor

i have a visor on my truck that came with it when i bought it. i dont know the brand but it is leaking so i want to take it off. has anyone had this problem and if you took yours off how did you fill the holes?

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Old 12-24-2008, 05:14 AM
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You could have someone weld them up ,then re-spray the cab.That would be the best(IMO) as for overall looks goes.Or you could take the visor off,then put the screws back in the roof with some sealant on them and put caps on them.
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Most expensive cab light install ever!!!!

You probably won't enjoy this
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I did the same thing as maintain. I got the factory harness from ford and it plugs right in
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I did the same thing as maintain. I got the factory harness from ford and it plugs right in
The dude is wanting to remove it not install it? I would have them welded up if I were you. They used a Lund visor, at least mine is. I would just find out hwere it is leaking and fix it, the visor really helps eliminate the glare from the late afternoon sun!!

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The dude is wanting to remove it not install it? I would have them welded up if I were you. They used a Lund visor, at least mine is. I would just find out hwere it is leaking and fix it, the visor really helps eliminate the glare from the late afternoon sun!!

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Should've been more clear. I got the factory harness from ford that plugs into the existing harness to run the regular cab lights. If you just take the visor off you have holes that have to be filled so I put the regular cab lights in instead of just covering the holes.
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Do you have a sun roof? The sunroof drains can get plugged and then your roof liner gets wet.
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i have a visor on my truck that came with it when i bought it. i dont know the brand but it is leaking so i want to take it off. has anyone had this problem and if you took yours off how did you fill the holes?

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Hope it doesn't have a bracket spot welded on. If it does... get ready to spend some coin.

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Old 12-26-2008, 09:21 AM
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Just install cab lights in the holes.
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Old 12-26-2008, 09:25 PM
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yeah i all ready have cab lights i think im goin to try to find some plugs and use ureathane to seal them
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