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Old 11-19-2007, 01:57 PM   #1
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my sun visor always fall down halfway hitting my head sometimes. i was wondering any of you guys have an ingenius idea to keep the visor from falling when not being used?
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Toothpicks. Just jam them in around the metal. It might take a few.

Black binder clips will work too. Use them to pinch the visor to the metal.

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duct tape!!!! everyone knows what im saying
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Black binder clips will work too. Use them to pinch the visor to the metal.
thanks will try this....

i think duct tape is too ghetto. my civic's not there yet..
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get the velcro tape from home depot. u dont need alot. all u need is 1.5inchx1inch piece to hold it in place.
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goto the junk yard and swoop up a new one! im sure it wont be more than 30 bucks,then you have no ghetto rigged peice of garbage!!!!!
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velcro tape. tried that, but the adhesive end didn't stick too well to the car headliner.
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get a new one
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