Originally Posted by briansparks0211
Good stuff! I'm someone who tends to look through the top of the windshield so I can appreciate the mod. You say you used heat shrink, did you make sure it was high quality? You wouldn't want it to deteriorate from solar UV exposure.
The PFA properties of heat shrink tubing made by fluorotherm.com is hard to beat because it offers chemical inertness and vibration resistance, making them last. Check the specs at: PFA (Perfluoroalkoxy -vinyl ether) | Fluorotherm.com
Wow! This thread is back from the dead!
Sorry, but I'm not going to click on your link because I'm somewhat superstitious.
Somehow I think my computer might explode or do some other weird stuff as soon as I click on that link...
Your first post, and you are already trying to discuss the life expectancy of shrink tubes to cover the sun visor studs
How about a "Hi, I am briansparks, and I am new here"?
And the stuff you have is vibration resistant
I know our cars rattle a lot, but not to a point where I'd need a vibration resistant heat shrink tubes
I'd suggest you just go and buy 10 inches of the tubing instead of 5.
And if it deteriorates after a few years.....just use the 5 inches you had left over from the first time
Edit: sorry, I didn't want to appear to be rude, but that's somewhat of a strange first post...