|04-12-2011 07:55 PM|
|fiddyfofoad||Thanks Dan, I"m thinking of trying flex chrome back to back around the edge. Joe|
|04-11-2011 07:27 AM|
|DanTwoLakes||The sun visors I showed were glued together and then sewn around the perimeter. You do all the steps I showed up until you use the sewing machine around the edge. You use high temp top and trim adhesive instead of foam to foam glue.|
|04-11-2011 07:18 AM|
The duct tape thing and Velcro was just a little humor tossed in. I would like to know myself as the visors are trashed in my truck also, and I don't have a sewing machine either. The Camo tape worked on my mudder truck good enough to keep them from falling apart all together. Let's face it, a 35 yr. old rusty mud truck realy isn't worth all the effort but who knows what he's working on. Probably something nice like your 55.
|04-11-2011 07:03 AM|
|DanTwoLakes||Did you read my answer? I said yes, it can be done, but sewing works better and looks better.|
|04-10-2011 09:59 PM|
All that's left is Velcro!
|04-10-2011 07:57 PM|
|DanTwoLakes||Yes, but sewing them works better and looks better. Check out this thread: CLICK HERE Post #3 in this thread shows 1955 Ford sun visors re-done: CLICK HERE|
|04-10-2011 05:41 PM|
|sqzbox||Yeah, Camo duct tape works real good!|
|04-10-2011 05:00 PM|
Has anyone recovered sunvisors without the use of s sewing machine? Joe