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02-14-2013 09:27 AM
HoneyBadger
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Originally Posted by IngotMK3 View Post
haha didnt really mess with it yet, Im sure I can come up with something.
Actually I have an idea. My car came with a garage door opener in the visor. I am sure you can buy one visor with it in there and just tap into a fuse panel? Then it would be oem and look like it was part of the car. What do you think?

Check out this thread. Might help. http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=267331

Read the thread there might be a plug and play option for you. That will makes things way easier.
02-13-2013 04:52 PM
IngotMK3
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Originally Posted by HoneyBadger View Post
Are you a modder or not?! Just craft something so you will be able to attach your garage door opener to it. I have faith in you!
haha didnt really mess with it yet, Im sure I can come up with something.
02-13-2013 04:50 PM
HoneyBadger
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Originally Posted by IngotMK3 View Post
Just put mine in the glove box.

Another problem is the sun visor is too fat to have my garage door opener clip on it. :[
Are you a modder or not?! Just craft something so you will be able to attach your garage door opener to it. I have faith in you!
02-13-2013 04:38 PM
IngotMK3 Just put mine in the glove box.

Another problem is the sun visor is too fat to have my garage door opener clip on it. :[
02-12-2013 12:28 PM
HoneyBadger
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Originally Posted by max188 View Post
I tried a visor clip, but the sunglasses hung down too low. Finally, I came up with this:

A couple of rubber self-adhesive pads from the hardware store on the top of the visor.


The glasses fold over the visor where you may normally try and store them, but the pads against the arms keep them from sliding off.



The visor is in normal position against the headliner and the glasses aren't going anywhere until I pull the visor down.



Works great!
Nice idea. I would have just used the passenger visor instead. That is what I did in my old car.
02-12-2013 11:22 AM
BetaDnB
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Originally Posted by CajunR View Post
I bought a twelve pack of baggies and I just hang one on the turn signal stalk. Stays up and out of the way.

http://www.amazon.com/12-Microfiber-...s=sunglass+bag
I can't stand things hanging by my knees. I have two key rings. One for the car key. One for everything else.

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Originally Posted by max188 View Post
I tried a visor clip, but the sunglasses hung down too low. Finally, I came up with this:

A couple of rubber self-adhesive pads from the hardware store on the top of the visor.


The glasses fold over the visor where you may normally try and store them, but the pads against the arms keep them from sliding off.



The visor is in normal position against the headliner and the glasses aren't going anywhere until I pull the visor down.



Works great!
That's quite crafty.
02-12-2013 10:43 AM
max188 I tried a visor clip, but the sunglasses hung down too low. Finally, I came up with this:

A couple of rubber self-adhesive pads from the hardware store on the top of the visor.


The glasses fold over the visor where you may normally try and store them, but the pads against the arms keep them from sliding off.



The visor is in normal position against the headliner and the glasses aren't going anywhere until I pull the visor down.



Works great!
02-06-2013 04:29 PM
CajunR
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Originally Posted by BetaDnB View Post
I keep my Oakley's cased and in the center console. I haven't had any problem with them getting too hot there. I'll bet it does get pretty warm in the overhead console with the sun beating down on the roof.
I bought a twelve pack of baggies and I just hang one on the turn signal stalk. Stays up and out of the way.

http://www.amazon.com/12-Microfiber-...s=sunglass+bag
02-06-2013 12:08 PM
BetaDnB I keep my Oakley's cased and in the center console. I haven't had any problem with them getting too hot there. I'll bet it does get pretty warm in the overhead console with the sun beating down on the roof.
02-06-2013 12:00 PM
StockTalon
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Originally Posted by BrApple View Post
my 2012 SE has a sunglass holder in the roof console.
That is where my sunglasses go as well.
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