I have a visor kit. It slips over the frame nicely, from side to side. From front to back, it leaves about an inch or so of material past the edge of the back side of the frame, next to the underside of the front of the top wood. I know the cover is stitched to the inside of the three frame sections originally. What should be done with the excess material on the rear of the visor? Stitched together, folded over and then stitched, or? Pictures would be very helpful. Many thanks. Dave
I think when I did mine over twenty five years ago I folded the back section over and glued it. Fold it in such a way so as when it is screwed to the underside of the overhanging header it is sandwiched between the header and the visor frame. That way it is pretty much waterproof as well.
Best regards, John
I have a 24 and my visor is machine stitched , not sure if it`s original or a replacement cover because it needs replaced . I am just about to head out the door to work but i`ll post a picture when i get home. Ken
Tuck it in like tucking an envelope on what will be the underside...and use black seal as a glue to keep it there.
Hi David !
This is the visor that came with my 24, I don`t know if it`s original or not ? either way it is old. the end that screws to the header is stitched but i think i like John`s idea with a fold and like George said, sealant also. Ken
Many thanks guys. Ken, those pictures are very helpful. Anyone else have any pictures of how they were done originally? Ken's pictures appear to be the closest that I have seen. Any thoughts? Again, many thanks. Dave