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Old 06-08-2011, 09:10 PM
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FULTON VISOR BRACKETS

Got my eye on another fulton visor but it don't have the brackets with it. Here is a pic. of what they look like. If anyone runs across these Please let me know.
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I'M BUSTED !!! dam-it-man I don't care what joe black said. I THINK MY VISOR LOOKS GOOD. That guy had the nerve to PM me and tell me it looks stupid. LOL LOL LOL GOD BLESS HIS STUPIDITY
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help me find these

IF anyone can find these i will buy you something for your truck !!!!!!!!!! WITH IN REASON
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Visors are a cool accent to anyones truck.Yours looks good with one
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