All but 2 of our deflectors are custom-designed for an exact fit onto your vehicle. Besides just fitting perfectly, our deflectors are shaped to follow your vehicle's unique contours, curves and lines. In fact, they look factory-installed once you mount them.
Not all of our sunroof deflectors are custom-designed, and the reason is straightforward: most sunroofs are the same. Hood shapes and window designs vary dramatically between different vehicles. However, the only real difference between most sunroofs is their width. Before you choose one of these deflectors, make a quick measurement of your sunroof from door to door, not hood to trunk. Choose a size that fits the closest, and always err on the side of the larger rather than smaller.
A bug deflector uses physics to protect your front-end from big, juicy bugs. It alters your vehicle's aerodynamic so that wind blows over the top of your cabin instead of into your windshield. When bugs fly towards your vehicle, they get picked up and carried away by this air current.
Because rocks and road debris are heavier than insects, they cannot be deflected by airflow alone. That's why bug deflectors are built tough to shield your hood and windshield from direct attacks. Incoming debris smacks into the deflector, ricochets off and leaves your paint unmarred. One thing to keep in mind is that taller bug deflectors deliver greater coverage and more protection.
There are no special precautions to take when cleaning any of our deflectors. Simply scrub them down while you're washing your vehicle, and they'll look as good as new. What's more, many of the bug deflectors feature an ingenious off-the-hood design that allows easy cleaning and waxing under and around them.
Absolutely not. All of our deflectors install using either incredibly secure 3M adhesives, nearly invisible clips or other dependable mounting methods. You can still take advantage of convenient drive-thru carwashes without worrying about losing your deflectors-the same cannot be said about your antenna, though.
The vast majority of deflectors are crafted from high-impact acrylic plastic. The advantages of acrylic are nearly limitless, and the major benefits are its strength to withstand shock, its steadfast durability and its complete imperviousness to rust. There is also a bug deflector that's made from stainless steel. More than just robust, this deflector is also polished to a dazzling mirror shine. And, this metal matches most chrome trim and wheels, as well as any other stainless steel accessories on your vehicle.