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I’m after the four screws that hold the sun visors on

For some reason the sun visors were in the boot of the car when I got it and the sun is sooooo low this morning
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Steeee....

 

Like these?

https://www.ebay.co....owAAOSwNixdn2kP

 

£8.00!!!!!!!! 



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Like these?

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£8.00!!!!!!!! 

I'm sure that mine were a bolt with a Torx head



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Steeee....

 

Like these?

https://www.ebay.co....owAAOSwNixdn2kP

 

£8.00!!!!!!!! 

 

 Blimey £8 for two rusty self tappers, I'm pretty sure most people would have a couple of those somewhere in the shed.


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Why would anyone take them off? The 2.5s have the best ones as they swivel upwards to stick out of the car when it’s blinding from above!
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I've removed my sun visors because when they are down they block my view and when they are up I cannot see the traffic lights or road signs I cannot find a good position to put them in. In the Summer time I find that I don't need them because the Sun is high in the sky and in the Winter I just have to wear sunglasses. I think it's just where my eye level is, although I'm average height I have short legs and a long body so I sit high in my seat. It's not just the Mazda I have the same problem in my Ford.


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There are some real idiots in this world who knows why they do these things

Iv found some on mx5parts for 70p
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I've removed my sun visors because when they are down they block my view and when they are up I cannot see the traffic lights or road signs I cannot find a good position to put them in. In the Summer time I find that I don't need them because the Sun is high in the sky and in the Winter I just have to wear sunglasses. I think it's just where my eye level is, although I'm average height I have short legs and a long body so I sit high in my seat. It's not just the Mazda I have the same problem in my Ford.

I was the same with my 2.5 Bill, my solution is and always has been a skip hat, always stops the sun from blinding me from abobe and saves sunburn on my thinning scalp.


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I've removed my sun visors because when they are down they block my view and when they are up I cannot see the traffic lights or road signs I cannot find a good position to put them in. In the Summer time I find that I don't need them because the Sun is high in the sky and in the Winter I just have to wear sunglasses. I think it's just where my eye level is, although I'm average height I have short legs and a long body so I sit high in my seat. It's not just the Mazda I have the same problem in my Ford.

I was the same with my 2.5 Bill, my solution is and always has been a skip hat, always stops the sun from blinding me from abobe and saves sunburn on my thinning scalp.

 

 

Same here Steve, I just had to google skip hat I'm showing my age now.


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I've removed my sun visors because when they are down they block my view and when they are up I cannot see the traffic lights or road signs I cannot find a good position to put them in. In the Summer time I find that I don't need them because the Sun is high in the sky and in the Winter I just have to wear sunglasses. I think it's just where my eye level is, although I'm average height I have short legs and a long body so I sit high in my seat. It's not just the Mazda I have the same problem in my Ford.

I was the same with my 2.5 Bill, my solution is and always has been a skip hat, always stops the sun from blinding me from abobe and saves sunburn on my thinning scalp.

 

 

Same here Steve, I just had to google skip hat I'm showing my age now.

 

Every day is and should be a schoolday Bill ;)


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