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Click to enlargeAircraft Style Sun Visor










Better visibility for safety






Developed by Off-Road America, these are the last ones available.

These aircraft quality visors are infinitely adjustable and are easily installed in the stock visor location. The factory visor is retained for maximum flexibility. The smoked Lexan lens is optical quality and protects from 99.9% of UV rays and blocks 75% of infrared rays.

Visor comes complete with mounting bracket and hardware. Visor mounts behind stock sun visor. Visors can be used individually or together.

Note: Does not fit the 2004 and 2006 open-top trucks with the overhead console. This console changes the stock sun visor mounting location. The mounting bracket included with the Aircraft Style Sun Visor is not compatible with this alternate mounting.


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Condition:

Some visors have surface rust on some fasteners. This is cosmetic only, and in no way interferes with use or operation of the visor. Save $50 on these blemished units.

Some visors have very minor cracks in the plastic lens where it is attached to the frame. These cracks are barely noticeable, and do not interfere with use or operation of the visor. Save $50 on these blemished units. Replacement plastic sold separately below.

A few of the visors have badly cracked lenses. Replacement lenses are included at no cost. The plastic must be drilled and installed by the user. Save $75 on these slightly damaged visors.

Available for Driver's (left) side or Passenger's (right) side. Visor is the same, mount is different. Save $25 when you order one of each. Contact us for details.


$300.00
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Replacement Lens
Replacement Lens

Spare Lens.

$40.00




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Last Update: August 1, 2017