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Old 08-13-2018, 08:02 PM   #1
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Sun Blocking Sun Visor

I have a 1993 Pace Arrow 32'. Does anyone have any suggestions for a polarized sun visor that blocks out the glare and the sun. Having a hard time with the glare. Looked on Amazon but they look so cheap. They don't look like they will last long and they don't cover much area. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Watch late night TV for TacVisor (or maybe just google it).
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Most of their products are pretty good. I don't have the Tac Visor, but found this review, which may be helpful:


Tac Visor Review: Day/Night Car Visor - Freakin' Reviews


Wouldn't work in my RV with power sun visors. No way to connect it to the power visors. My problem is the width of visors as the sun comes from a right angle through the windshield.
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