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Old 03-23-2012, 12:02 AM   #1
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65 mustang sun visors

Trying to add modern touches, and was wondering if anyone has found If any other car uses the same bolt pattern for sun visors?
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You can buy the rods for them like what the visors are attached to.
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Yes but I want to have power mirrors so I'm trying find a pair out of another car that will fit the bolt pattern
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Couldn't you get a pair of visors and then put the rod threw them ?
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I think alot of the modern rods are 3 to 4 times thicker

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But good thinking, I might be able to see if I can weld a thicker rod to it, or wrap it in something that will give it more girth
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Ha yeah no problem. It helps to talk it out
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Yea I didn't even think about using the stock bracket, we will see how crappy the metal is when I weld on it though, pot cast metal as usual most likely
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Yeah you could just make spacers and use jb weld ?
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Yea I'll have to see what I got to do
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