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I already have the traffic light reflector, looking for what visor would work on my 49 F1
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fulton deluxe visor 49 cadi. is the best fit.
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Any ideas as to what visor would fit a 1956 C600? I think I need at least 57" to span the cab, and most visors are 56" or less.


Also , there is a lip at the top of the cab over the windshield which may interfere with a visor. I think the lip was Ford's idea of a mini-visor.
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MADE MY VISOR FROM THE REAR ROOF OF AN OLD CHEVY PU DRIP RAIL AND ALL
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Does it slide down on the drip rail?
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Any ideas as to what visor would fit a 1956 C600? I think I need at least 57" to span the cab, and most visors are 56" or less.


Also , there is a lip at the top of the cab over the windshield which may interfere with a visor. I think the lip was Ford's idea of a mini-visor.
You wont need one,56s are good in the sun.Built in visor
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