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Old 12-16-2010, 07:26 AM   #1
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Visor doesn't cover windshield corners

The visor on my 06 Essex leaves a 6-8" opening at the corners and more often than not the sun is blasting through the opening.
I'm considering window tint for the top 1 foot of the windshield, anyone have a better solution,
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Old 12-16-2010, 10:04 AM   #2
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I have the same problem. Sometimes you have to lean over when your driving. Most of the time I just drop them far enough to block the sun. Also put a 1" strip of pipe insulation on the rods to keep the from banging when there up.. You gave me an idea.I have a roll of tint for my Smart car. If it doesn't work, you can take it off. I bought it online for about 25 bucks. Sun's not in your eyes all the time, but when it is it's brutle. Good idea.Thanks

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We moved the two small visors outward which helped a little. But then we suplemented the visors with a large visor that covers the entire window and moved the small visors further outward(except a small 2" area on each corner. The large visor(shade) replaces the pleated shades which are no longer required except for a small section in the window corners.
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