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Old 09-12-2014, 11:04 PM   #1
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Tactical Vehicle Visor cover's

I ordered a set and will post a further review.

http://www.originalsoegear.com/collecti ... isor-cover

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Old 09-12-2014, 11:18 PM   #2
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Looks like a useful addition.
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Re: Tactical Vehicle Visor cover's

Interesting........

I'm in-process of assembling a M.O.L.L.E. seat back panel with various pouches etc to store all manner of must have or "can't ever lose this......" things. These might make a nice overhead addition.
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Re: Tactical Vehicle Visor cover's

I've seen various brands of these for a number of years now, and while I like the idea, my concern was always with a bunch of things on my visors I was concerned that the visors would always rotate down.


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Re: Tactical Vehicle Visor cover's

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Interesting........

I'm in-process of assembling a M.O.L.L.E. seat back panel with various pouches etc to store all manner of must have or "can't ever lose this......" things. These might make a nice overhead addition.
Would love to see it when your done, I am thinking of doing something as well and would love to see your end result.
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I've seen various brands of these for a number of years now, and while I like the idea, my concern was always with a bunch of things on my visors I was concerned that the visors would always rotate down.


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Would love to see it when your done, I am thinking of doing something as well and would love to see your end result.
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That might take a while Buck, too many of those darned little pouches etc to pick and choose from, no real idea what size is needed until they actually arrive.

So far I have a few which gives a starting point. Being a visual hands-on guy if its not right in front of me I can't really envision it.

Here's a link where I began my project, good starting point: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/12...rganizers.html

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Re: Tactical Vehicle Visor cover's

http://store.kingsarsenal.com/TacticalS ... s/1824.htm

Might work for someone.
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Tactical Vehicle Visor cover's

The only problem I see is if you have an SMB overhead console it brings the visors down lower so with stuff in those it gets into your field of vision. I have a cheapo visor organizer and have had to mini-bungee it to stay up because i inevitably put everything in it.

If you don't have the SMB overhead storage these would be awesome and a good price too.
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The only problem I see is if you have an SMB overhead console it brings the visors down lower so with stuff in those it gets into your field of vision. I have a cheapo visor organizer and have had to mini-bungee it to stay up because i inevitably put everything in it.

If you don't have the SMB overhead storage these would be awesome and a good price too.
I agree, I'm in the same boat.
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