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Old 04-23-2015, 04:15 PM   #1
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Power visor motor

does anybody know where to get a motor for my 2006 Dolphins front
windsheild visor, It's a 96" by 50" I think. Any help would be appreciated.
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I got mine from a company in Canada. You can get the same HP rated roller or upgrade to a better more powerful roller. Here is there name and link. RollerTrol Automation Systems
http://RollerTrol.com/
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was it a lot of work to install? Do you have remodel it in anyway to make it work?
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It wasn't to bad. It has been a while a go since I did it but what I remember you need some help to support the visor when taking it off and putting up after the repair. Putting the motor in the visor was not hard at all. They have a web page on how to install the motor and how to program the stops after you install the visor. I found my motor fit right in and I didn't need to trim the OD of the motor housing. Good luck
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