This is my first Model T, a 1927 Coupe. I am trying to install a "replacement" sun visor.
I think the parts are actually for a Model A which can be adapted to the 26-27.
I would like to get some help from some of you who have installed this part.
I've installed a visor on my 26 Tudor, Same A pillar I believe. There are 2 #10 screws on each side that screw into the A pillars, then I believe 9 wood screws that are screwed into the underside of the front top wood. Vendors sell a screw kit for mounting the visor which I found useful since it has the special washers for the screws included. https://www.modeltford.com/item/50537MK.aspx It helps to have a someone hold one side while you work on the other.
I did buy that kit from Lang's. But I can't figure out how to hold the fabric tight to the frame.
I also bought "corner brackets" pn 50537FB
I don't to know what to do with it and the folks at Lang's do not have any instructions.
Any help would be appreciated
I just looked at your car. I hope to have my sun visor look as good as yours. Your car is very nice
Here are some instructions for a Model A visor. You may also find this link helpful .
Regards John Page, Australia
Thanks John That sure looks like what I need
Recently did this on my 27 Tudor.Got the visor and screws from Snyders with instructions.Only thing I did different was to put a thin layer of padding on the top and bottom of frame to make the fabric fit tight.Not that bad of a job. Easier th.an you expect