flamaest
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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Wed May 24, 2017 2:03 am

If the price difference in Canada is so much different, perhaps someone in Canada can buy sets of these and mail them to buyers in the United States.

flamaest
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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Sun May 28, 2017 12:24 am

Can anyone confirm if the first generation Volt sunvisors work on the bolt? Those can be found on eBay for 30 bucks.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/232098553901

Tttait
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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Sun May 28, 2017 10:55 pm

They physically work, but they are the wrong color.

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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Mon May 29, 2017 4:03 am

Right, that's just one example. Lots to choose from.

Would be great if anyone has the ability of doing a little bit of measuring between the two. I know I'm asking a lot since most folks don't have a gen 1 and Gen 2 volt at their disposal.

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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Mon May 29, 2017 5:25 am

Tttait wrote:I did not order the parts myself, but the part number for one is shown in my photos. It comes up as a 2016 part (2017 parts don't show up yet on many websites). Based on that I believe the Part numbers are as follows:

Sun Visor - Drivers Side
Left. w/vanity lamp grey; w/vanity lamp, grey.
23223684

Sun Visor - Passenger Side
Right. w/vanity lamp grey; w/vanity lamp, grey.
23223686

Sun Visor Cover.
Left; Right. grey.
23438713 (2 Required)

A quick search shows the total for all 4 parts cost $154.12 plus shipping from GMPartsDirect.com


Has anyone​ here ordered from GMPartsDirect using these part numbers? Just trying to get a confirmation that these are indeed color matched with the Bolt.

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gbobman
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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Tue May 30, 2017 4:48 pm

scbolt wrote:
Tttait wrote:I did not order the parts myself, but the part number for one is shown in my photos. It comes up as a 2016 part (2017 parts don't show up yet on many websites). Based on that I believe the Part numbers are as follows:

Sun Visor - Drivers Side
Left. w/vanity lamp grey; w/vanity lamp, grey.
23223684

Sun Visor - Passenger Side
Right. w/vanity lamp grey; w/vanity lamp, grey.
23223686

Sun Visor Cover.
Left; Right. grey.
23438713 (2 Required)

A quick search shows the total for all 4 parts cost $154.12 plus shipping from GMPartsDirect.com


Has anyone​ here ordered from GMPartsDirect using these part numbers? Just trying to get a confirmation that these are indeed color matched with the Bolt.

I'll be looking in to the $85 #23223684 one myself if this is indeed a good match. (Bump)
2017 Chevy Bolt LT (1st EV!)
2004 Chevy Monte Carlo SS
(found a new home :cry: )

flamaest
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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Wed May 31, 2017 5:27 am

By the way, my solution for any car with a visor which does not extend out, is to velcro a old school multi-CD holder which are very light and can be positioned just enough so that it extends out to relieve of any sun glare.

Here is a second option, a bit more than the $1 CD holder I can get at the dollar store

https://www.amazon.com/Gray-Visormates- ... 48MT2W22VA


Cheers

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gbobman
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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Wed May 31, 2017 5:01 pm

flamaest wrote:By the way, my solution for any car with a visor which does not extend out, is to velcro a old school multi-CD holder which are very light and can be positioned just enough so that it extends out to relieve of any sun glare.

Here is a second option, a bit more than the $1 CD holder I can get at the dollar store

https://www.amazon.com/Gray-Visormates- ... 48MT2W22VA


Cheers

Thanks for this link. It seems like someone could make that on their own (which is why I am thanking you). So it comes down to - do I make this or do I spend $$$ on a more professional-looking piece of kit? Sigh
2017 Chevy Bolt LT (1st EV!)
2004 Chevy Monte Carlo SS
(found a new home :cry: )

Tttait
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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Fri Jun 02, 2017 4:50 am

flamaest wrote:Right, that's just one example. Lots to choose from.

Would be great if anyone has the ability of doing a little bit of measuring between the two. I know I'm asking a lot since most folks don't have a gen 1 and Gen 2 volt at their disposal.


2013 Volt sunvisors (subtle beige) are identical to 2017 volt Sunvisors (grey). Both are dimensionally identical to the Bolt stock visor in dimensions. There are additional pieces of plastic on the base of the Volt mounting plate that must be cut away per the first post.

What dimensions would you need?

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Re: How To: Install upgraded telescopic sun visors

Fri Jun 02, 2017 4:56 am

gbobman wrote:
scbolt wrote:
Tttait wrote:I did not order the parts myself, but the part number for one is shown in my photos. It comes up as a 2016 part (2017 parts don't show up yet on many websites). Based on that I believe the Part numbers are as follows:

Sun Visor - Drivers Side
Left. w/vanity lamp grey; w/vanity lamp, grey.
23223684

Sun Visor - Passenger Side
Right. w/vanity lamp grey; w/vanity lamp, grey.
23223686

Sun Visor Cover.
Left; Right. grey.
23438713 (2 Required)

A quick search shows the total for all 4 parts cost $154.12 plus shipping from GMPartsDirect.com


Has anyone​ here ordered from GMPartsDirect using these part numbers? Just trying to get a confirmation that these are indeed color matched with the Bolt.

I'll be looking in to the $85 #23223684 one myself if this is indeed a good match. (Bump)


The number appears on a sticker on the perfectly matched unit I got from my dealer.

For further confirmation you could call the 800 number for the website and make sure that there is only one part number for the 2017 volt sunvisor, despite trim level, etc.

I'd feel pretty comfortable that's the right number.

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