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lund visor wondering if it will fit?

That_4.0_ranger

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i found a Lund moon visor for sale on eBay it says it will fit my truck but its listed as an explorer/ranger visor
here's a pic of the ad
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the truck i want this for is a 91 extended cab thanks in advance
 


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What is nice about the Lumd line and especially the Moon Visors is that they do not cover the rain gutter. So all that you need to do is center it. If the mount points don't hit the roof profile perfect it can be shimmed with rubber washers to sit flush and be secured level.

I bought a used lighted Lund visor several years ago (it looks like the one you have pictured) for the BII, the wright up/description said it would fit my year/make/model but I needed to do a little trimming at the outer edges but it FiT the roof profile perfect. It was very easy and we'll worth the cost.

I will not own a truck or SUV without a visor, they are INCREDIBLE at channeling precipitation up and over the windshield.
 
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those don't affect gas mileage? i see them on craigslist enough but i always thought they cut gas mileage and add wind noise, like a light bar or off road cage do
 

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What is nice about the Lumd line and especially the Moon Visors is that they do not cover the rain gutter. So all that you need to do us center it. If the mount points don't hit the roof profile perfect it can be shimmed with rubber washers to sit flush and be secured level.

I bought a used lighted Lund visor several years ago (it looks like the one you have pictured) for the BII, the wright up/description said it would fit my year/make/model but I needed to do a little trimming at the outer edges but it FiT the roof profile perfect. It was very easy and we'll worth the cost.

I will not own a truck or SUV without a visor, they are INCREDIBLE at channeling precipitation up and over the windshield.
yea ive been told that but the only thing is the prices they want for them like that one i have pictured it needs a ton of work and they want 200 bucks
ive been watching the classifieds for one and no such luck.
 

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Ranger 2.9l, BII 4.0l
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Ranger 6", BII 4"
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Ranger 5sp, BII A4LD
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Ranger 32", BII 28.5"
That_4.0_ranger,

If it is for your truck, it's NO ton of work, just 6 holes, a little silicone sealant and 6 fasteners.

If the roof profile winds up a little off, 4-8 rubber washers from The Lowe's and it looks perfect.

In the end, the effect these visors have on rain and snow is unbelievable. At speeds in excess of 35 mph, neither the rain drops nor the snowflakes even make it to the windshield!

I have extremely sensitive ears and I think they actually lower airfoil noise.

They have never been cheap, that seller asking $99 to ship...IS A RIP.

Look up the visor you need in the SummitRacing.com online, I just put one a one of my rigs for $129 with free shipping, not a Lund but brand new!!!
 

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