14in drop visor

Discussion in 'Trucks [ Eighteen Wheelers ]' started by M603, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. M603

    M603 Light Load Member

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    Finally got the visor installed in my truck, thanks to the help of my dad!
    it took us four hours in total to install it, lucky all the holes matches.
    check it out!

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  2. northern flight

    northern flight Bobtail Member

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    That is nice M603.and lucky for you the holes were lined up without destroying your cab...good work to the both of yous:biggrin_25514:
     
  3. dieselhound

    dieselhound Medium Load Member

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    I have the 14.5 and I busted some mount bolts off in the cab. Pain in the #####. Looks good! All Petes should have a drop visor.
     
  4. mikroos5

    mikroos5 Medium Load Member

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    The visor looks great, but the truck would look better with a RED SOX plate instead of that NY plate...............LOL :biggrin_2559::biggrin_2559:
     
  5. d-man57

    d-man57 Light Load Member

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    Looks good! I put a matching stainless bug shield on mine, love the look. Ya just gotta get used to the stoplights disappearing.
     
  6. dieselhound

    dieselhound Medium Load Member

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    Good point, I've learned to watch the reflection off of my hood
     
  7. Desperado

    Desperado <strong>The Bandit</strong>

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  8. M603

    M603 Light Load Member

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    owell I guess I'll have to drive like there is no stoplights at all... lol... j/k:biggrin_25523:

    lol, Im going to have to try that trick too!!:biggrin_2559:

    BTW have anyone heard about the strike they going to have in the east coast on April 1-3?
     
  9. Muleskinner

    Muleskinner <strong>"Shining Beacon of Chickenlights"</strong>

    Made a BIG difference,looks great on there.
     
  10. bagged

    bagged Light Load Member

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    Wow can't beleive I missed this thread. Visor looks good deffinatly adds a little flair to the truck. I know what you mean on looking under for the stop lights. See if you look under the steering wheel when you drive instead of over it helps.:yes2557: I have a 14 to 11 tapered one and it gets you when your the first to the light.

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