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Will a Lund windshield visor from a '96 Bronco fit on my '88?


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Damn, dude on CL sold it yesterday.


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I have one in decent shape.
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I have one in decent shape.


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I bought and installed a Summit Racing fiberglass visor, they have lighted and non-lighted. Not too expensive and great quality. Came out nice too.

https://www.summitracing.com/search/...d/model/bronco

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That looks good. I didn't know they sold them. Now if I could only find a push bar for my '88, I'd be in business!


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That looks good. I didn't know they sold them. Now if I could only find a push bar for my '88, I'd be in business!


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Best bet for a used one is Craigslist, rust could be an issue though. I like the look of these types, but they're called damage multipliers for a reason. No one makes those types new.

I personally have a Go Rhino 3315C. It bolts on directly to the bumper and has a little bit of frame support. Looks great and is pretty damn sturdy. Sadly they don't make it for your 1988, but I am sure you could fab something up. I got it for $220 off eBay, but if you just want it black it'll be even cheaper.

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Best bet for a used one is Craigslist, rust could be an issue though. I like the look of these types, but they're called damage multipliers for a reason. No one makes those types new.



I personally have a Go Rhino 3315C. It bolts on directly to the bumper and has a little bit of frame support. Looks great and is pretty damn sturdy. Sadly they don't make it for your 1988, but I am sure you could fab something up. I got it for $220 off eBay, but if you just want it black it'll be even cheaper.


Yep, I've been combing CL and the yards for one. That first one you showed above is the kind I want, in black - quite rare it seems. I'll probably have to source a used chrome one and strip it, and paint or powder coat it. It's not at all a priority for me, as I have other things to fix before I spend money on cosmetics. But if I find a good deal I usually pick it up. The search continues.


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Yep, I've been combing CL and the yards for one. That first one you showed above is the kind I want, in black - quite rare it seems. I'll probably have to source a used chrome one and strip it, and paint or powder coat it. It's not at all a priority for me, as I have other things to fix before I spend money on cosmetics. But if I find a good deal I usually pick it up. The search continues.


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Check out this reddit thread, some guy just did about the same thing for a grille guard on his old Nissan.

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