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RE: OT: Mounting flags on cars with wind deflectors/widnow visors
(08-09-2018 11:28 AM)12thmonarch Wrote:  Folks, I usually fly my ODU flags when i drive to the game from ATL but this spring i put wind deflectors/window visors what ever you want to call them to beat some heat and now i am stuck with a situation where i have to either rip them off or not mount flags or find a different spot to fly the flags. Figured someone might have faced the same issue and have work around. Even if i get my hands on a smaller flag to mount on the hood like this one below i do not want to spend 100 plus for a flag mount and/or get a ticket for driving with obstructed vision or what ever legal lingo is.

https://www.flagsoncars.com/z-mount-dipl...-pole.html

Any ideas will be appreciated.

Can you clip them to the top of the door frames (sometimes the angle is not desirable though)?
08-12-2018 09:17 AM
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