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Visor techniques/combinations . These are a couple of ways to use old technic visors. I looked for different combinations months ago, after seeing a few mike nieves uploaded on Flickr. These were two that I found after experimenting for a while, and as far as I can tell they're extremely versatile. . The first combination uses tire inserts. They can be seated in pin holes on pretty much anything. The second combination uses revolvers. Placing the revolvers parallel to each other, you should get a form like the one below. The sight, and hammers of each revolver can be used to hold the visors. Another example. I used these combinations on Nursie, and the scrap scooter.

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