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moon visor or sun visor brands that fit 2011?

Im looking for a brand that can fit a moon visor (one with lights) on the top of the cab (duh). Lund was close, any other suggestions? anyone selling?
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a brand that fits a moon visor?

you mean a brand that makes a visor for a ranger? i only knew about lund but theirs are discontinued. hard to find.
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yeah what you said. i know they are hard to find, so is a proper grammar teacher.
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yeah what you said. i know they are hard to find, so is a proper grammar teacher.
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thanks, that was helpful...
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The Ranger Visors made for 93 and up should fit.
What did you try out and why didn’t it fit ?

I have a lund visor off of a 97 and it fits my ’03.

Check Craig’s List or E-Bay, look for 93 and up.

The new ones, if you can find one, states up to 01, same cab as my 03 but not absolutely sure of the ‘11but I think so.

Luck on the hunt, took me a while to find one I liked and for the right price.
If getting used, watch the mounting hole and before painting touch up the mounting hole area.
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The Ranger Visors made for 93 and up should fit.
What did you try out and why didn’t it fit ?

I have a lund visor off of a 97 and it fits my ’03.

Check Craig’s List or E-Bay, look for 93 and up.

The new ones, if you can find one, states up to 01, same cab as my 03 but not absolutely sure of the ‘11but I think so.

Luck on the hunt, took me a while to find one I liked and for the right price.
If getting used, watch the mounting hole and before painting touch up the mounting hole area.
He never said he tried one, he said he was looking for a brand that makes them.
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Im looking for a brand that can fit a moon visor (one with lights) on the top of the cab (duh). Lund was close, any other suggestions? anyone selling?
Mistook the “Lund was close” as an actual fitting.
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how about this.. is it really worth it? haha I like the looks of a baseball cap on my truck. im thinking now i should mount one on the back of the cab, cause im cool like that.
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how about this.. is it really worth it? haha I like the looks of a baseball cap on my truck. im thinking now i should mount one on the back of the cab, cause im cool like that.
First, my ’03 Cab is similar to an '01, is the ’11 similar also, I think it is but just asking ?

Not sure where you are with this BUT NO on the rear add-on or at least in my opinion I vote NO !

I looked for a while trying to find an inexpensive Lund Windshield Visor.
Thanks to guys on this site I located one, wrong color and a few years on it but easily upgraded to E4/reinforced condition.
New, if you can find one new (93-01) it will run you over the $300 mark for the lighted unit and far less if you get it used.
Keep checking Craig’s List and eBay, they are out there you just need to connect.
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i would deffinatly check CL i got mine for $40 and it just needs a new coat of paint
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im looking for one of these too...
anyone know what part number it is for a 2004 reg cab ranger?
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I think 2001 is the last year there is an actual p/n for.
You need to see if that version fits your cab.

Std Visor, no lights, Model #12125

Moon Visor - Model # 19043

it says 93-01 but yeah they are the same as 03… not sure above that.

If you were a little closer to the Northeast you could try mine before it goes to the shop, TX is a little too far for a fitment run.
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im located by the houston galleria lol
but how does the 19043 bolt on?
Does it require u to drill on the roof?
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Yes they all do drill for screws.
Two Screws on the sides and four in the middle.
Use a decent sized screw, don’t go too small or they will pull out.
Maybe you could bolt on part of it and screw the holes you can't get to.

Get some Windshield adhesive and use that to mount it up with the screws.
The adhesive will fill in the thread area and seal the hole up.
My ’88 had one and it never leaked, used screws and windshield adhesive, my’03 will have one, but not sure about adhesive yet.

Maybe check with a local body shop, they may have some new 3M stuff.
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I have a lund "solar visor"
sort of like the "sunvisor" but with more rounded corners and better wind resistance.
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I have a lund "solar visor"
sort of like the "sunvisor" but with more rounded corners and better wind resistance.
would u like to sell that =]?
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