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SUN VISORS FOR MGB ROADSTERS
Two different types of visors were listed for the MGB roadsters.  Early cars had
plain black visors with no mirrors.  Later cars had a map pocket on the driver's side
visor and a mirror on the passenger's side visor.  Later visors can be fitted to earlier
cars using the later pivot bracket kit listed below.  Roadster sun visors are made by
the original supplier to MG.
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Visor,
black; fits either side; no mirror,
2
36.95
1968-75
Visor,
black, L.H.; driver's side, with
1
34.95
map pocket, 1976-80
Visor,
black, R.H.; passenger's side,
1
36.95
with mirror, 1976-80
RETAINING COMPONENTS,
sun visors
Retainer,
sun visors, rubber
2
4.95
Pivot Bracket Kit,
1968-75
2
24.95
Pivot Bracket Kit,
1976-80
2
17.95
Note: Use the RFK1731 kit to fit later visors to your 1968-75 car.
RUBBER SUN VISOR RETAINERS, TR4A, TR250,
TR6, TR7, TR8, SPITFIRE MK.3, GT6+, MGB
ROADSTERS
“If Your Sun Visors Fall Down in Front of Your Face, It May
Be An Easy Fix...”
TRF buys the 622431 retainer from British Motor Heritage, as this part is still
made on original tooling, but we make our own retainers for TR7, TR8, as the
original tooling has been lost.
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Rubber Retainer,
center bars; original
2
4.95
Triumph part looks a bit crude
Rubber Retainer,
center bars; replacement
2
1.95
part is more neatly made, but not quite
the same design
Rubber Retainer,
sun visors, all TR7,
2
6.95
TR8 models
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