EGR Matte Black Bug Deflectors Customer Reviews
33 Customer Reviews
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Sick of your hood looking like an insect graveyard? Those gooey bug guts aren't just ugly—they wreak havoc on your paintjob. Fortunately, there's an easy, attractive way to stop kamikaze creatures from spoiling your front end. Send them soaring over your auto with an EGR Matte Black Deflector.
Custom sculpted for a flawless fit on your auto, EGR Matte Bug Deflectors alter your aerodynamics, creating a rushing wave of wind that blasts critters up and over your roof. Besides shooing away flies, they also block rocks, gravel and other kicked-up road rubble from gouging, scratching and nicking your finish.
Built to last from high-impact acrylic, EGR Matte Black Bug Deflectors require an easy no-drill installation and provide an eye-catching matte black finish. Plus, EGR backs your Black Bug Deflector with a Lifetime Warranty.
33 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ernest S (Elkhart, IL) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Jun 06, 2014 7:08 AM
I went with the EGR solid flat black since I did the same on my window vent shades. Quality seems to be very good. All hardware was included. The clips that are used on the very ends could use some improvement. They included 6 sheet metal screws...however it needed 2 machine screws to screw into those outer clips...which I dug around in my hardware for.
Reviewed by Glenn R (Simi Valley, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Jun 05, 2014 10:56 AM
Really liked the idea of the Matte finish, to match my window deflectors. Problem I ran into is the connectors on each side have a very tight tolerance. The material is not as pliable as the regular smoke deflectors so when I shut the hood "Snap", it broke one of the corners. Still I plan on trying again, Autoanything were great to deal with about this, since they could have told me to take a hike.
Reviewed by Robert S (Augusta, GA) Reviewed for a 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe — May 18, 2014 4:06 PM
Directions are not one-to-one with the positioning on the 2014 Santa Fe, but close enough to figure out to enable the deflector to be securely mounted. Not like other deflectors as the screw heads are visible, but acceptable and stylish nevertheless.
Reviewed by Allan S (Moreno Valley, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado — Apr 25, 2014 7:49 PM
The bug deflector looks good but installing the item was very difficult. there these white plastic screw attachment item that supposed to be poped in holes on the hood. They wouldn't stay in the hood. I had a very difficult time installing the item.