Reinstall the hardboard and hinge assembly.
Fold the piece together. Check the fit along the edges to make sure they line up. It should look like this.
Now sew the edge together. My wife did this on her regular machine (i.e., non-commercial). My wife is a very good sewer, but it was still tricky getting around the corners. The better this is done the better the visor will look.
Find the hole for the tensioning screw and use a pointed tool to pierce the material and install the screw. Move the hardboard and hinge assembly as necessary to line the hole up.
To cover the gap at the end roll up a scrape of material and insert in the end.
Reinstall the arm and tighten the tensioning screw.
Reinstall in the car.
I am pleased with the results.
The visors I used did not have the extra like the pockets or mirror. I don't know how hard the pocket would be to do. The mirror is most likely installed before sewing.
This is not a high dollar DYI. If the cardboard or sewing does not turn out the way you want it just do it over.
88 GT 5 Speed Black with gray interior
3800 SCII Swap Complete.
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