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Has anyone purchased a no drill visor for their PT? How do you like it? Was the install as simple as advertised?

I want one Santa!!!!!

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Have had mine on now for several years. Instructions are easy to follow but you will need two people when you hook it under the sides. Only problem I have had is when the windshield was cracked and I need to get a new installation kit but you can get that from Race & Street. I now have two extra kits in my stock pile just in case they stop making them someday.

Gorden, Does the Visor interfere with your vision, especially at stop lights?

ptgeebee - Gordon said:

Have had mine on now for several years. Instructions are easy to follow but you will need two people when you hook it under the sides. Only problem I have had is when the windshield was cracked and I need to get a new installation kit but you can get that from Race & Street. I now have two extra kits in my stock pile just in case they stop making them someday.

The visor does stick out and you need to look under it at stop lights if you are the first in line but I never have had a problem with it. One thing you will not be able to do is add an OnStar system because the visor is metal and OnStar is a rear mirror replacement. I did try.

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