Stopping ILB brackets from moving without drilling into your car

hfdemt4095

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I was having issues with my ILB visorMy modification I made to my ILB brackets to keep them from shifting down from underneath my visor brackets so my dad suggested I used the "lock" on a zip tie to help secure them...


I first got my brackets where I wanted them and drew a line so I had a reference mark to go from

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Drew a reference line on my lightbar so I knew where to put my brackets back

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Removed the brackets and drilled a 1/8" hole roughly 1/8" in from my reference mark

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Ran some zip ties through the holes so that the "lock" was on the side that the visor mounting bracket was

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Trimmed the zip ties

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Stuck the mounts back on the bar and put them underneath the visor mounts and viola solid as a rock and isn't going anywhere anytime soon

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Hey the old fart still has some decent ideas
 

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