Reviewed By Richard P (North Las Vegas, NV) Reviewed for a 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe —9/21/2017 9:36 PM
Sometimes they due not stick
Reviewed By Glenn D (Helena, MT) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado —9/21/2017 2:56 PM
I would advise you, check to see if you already have a deflector in place is the size of the current screw holes. If yours is like mine, you will need to replace your current screws back into the holders. The new screws will not fit. Other than that minor detail, it looks great.
Protect your vehicle from the damage caused by bugs and rain during road trips.
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Weather, wind and winged insects, oh my! When you’re driving, you need to concentrate on the road, not worry about wear and tear on your interior or the attack of an incoming bug. By channeling the power of the best AVS deflectors, you’re free to enjoy some fresh air and mosey on down the road.
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