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    Sun visor screw

    Some how I had a sun visor screw loosen and fall out and I canít seem to find it. I also canít seem to find a matching replacement. I found similar ones but I prefer a matching one. If any one has a extra please let me know.
    Mk4, Moser M88 rear end, Eaton truetrak, Craft Racing 461 Windsor, MMR pro trans, Glennís 1,000 hp cobra fuel system and lots of other parts.

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    Buy 2, and replace the other original one.
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    I would need 8 to make them all match. I figured I would see if any one had a extra first.
    Mk4, Moser M88 rear end, Eaton truetrak, Craft Racing 461 Windsor, MMR pro trans, Glennís 1,000 hp cobra fuel system and lots of other parts.

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    which screw do you need? The one attaching the bracket to the windscreen frame or the screw that attaches the sun visor to the frame? I have spares - just send me a IM with your address and I'll send one out to you.

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    Hi R. Button, I’m having a issue with my bracket not being long enough for the sun visor. Sometimes it pops off the brackets and they are ffr sun visors and brackets. Is anyone having any problems with their set up? Wish the brackets were a little longer.

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    I have a bag of the hardware for FFR sun visors and a few extra brackets. If you can measure the bracket length, that extends out from the windscreen frame, I'll compare that to the ones I have. If what I have is longer I'll let you know and you can have them - I'll send a pair off to you.
    Ralph Button
    FFR 1436 (PROUD Owner of an Original Mark I)
    400,013 miles as of 11/1/2009
    417,840 miles as of 8/12/2010
    435,021 miles as of 12/19/2011
    Now a well broken in 347 engine
    523,145 miles as of 7/29/2014
    601,165 miles as of 6/1/2018

    "It's not about the destination, it's the about the journey. And where is your journey taking you?"

    "... Not all who wander are lost!... --J.R.R. Tolkien

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