Not sure which 2012 Ford F-150 Bug Deflectors are right for you? We have over 3076 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Excellent product for a Great Price!" —Jacob W from New Iberia, LA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"the chrome bug shield looks realy good on the truck goes really well with the xlt chrome package would think it was part of the package. was very easy to install basically no tools needed and took very little time to install." —Leon L from Merrimack, NH bought an EGR Chrome Hood Shields for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"This Bugflector was easy to install per the directions enclosed, but an extra pair of hands would be helpful as the holes were a little difficult to align.Overall I am satisfied with the quality and the looks of the shield." —Mike D from Lake Stevens , WA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"The first EGR deflector I received was damaged during shipment. One end was broken-off. These things are poorly packed from the manufacturer. AutoAnything was very responsive. I sent photos of the damage and of the box. In a few days I had a notification of a replacement shipment. The second one arrived in a different sized box, and was packed the same sorry way, but arrived in one piece.Installation instructions are brief and show little effort by the company to help with good pictures and clear directions. It's not rocket science, but you CAN scratch your vehicle if you are not careful. After reading a prior review from an owner that used two-sided tape, I decided to go that route. I could not imagine using those metal clips on my brand new 2012 Ford F150 grill top. They would have scratched it for sure. I went to AutoZone and purchased auto-grade double-sided tape manufactured by 3M. I used 5 pieces of the tape, each about 4 inches long, to attach the EGR to the top of my chrome grill. Then I used the included insert locks and screws to mechanically attach each end of the deflector to already-available holes in the underlip of each side of the hood.The unit is stuck solid and looks great. Water will not affect this grade of two sided tape. Do not use cheap tape. The good stuff is about 9 dollars a roll, and it is what you want. Do NOT use household grade tape for this project." —Joey F from Pawleys Island, SC bought an EGR Superguard Hood Shields for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"Instructions were easy to follow and the the shield was a snap to install. Looks great on my '13 Explorer Limited." —David D from Clarksville, TN bought a Lund Interceptor Bug Shield for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"Looks great, easy to install and super fast shipping." —Ralph C from Allentown, PA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"The shield mounts easily, however the only mounts to the truck are at the very ends. When you drive on the road at moderate speeds the shield moves quite a bit and makes whistling sound." —Chris H from Forney, TX bought a Wade Platinum Bug Shield by Westin for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"Found taking grill off was easier to get clips in all the way. But getting grill off of new style ford sucks, watch out for 5 hidden clips on top, just not a undo 6 nuts and 2 bolts kind of thing. So as far as ease of installation of the bug shield it is simple, taking off the grill not so much. Can put on without removing grill but I could foresee me dinging up the edge of my hood. All in all looks great, might have slight whistle coming from shield but not bad." —Dennis M from Gaylord, MI bought an EGR Chrome Hood Shields for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"Great value and excellent look on our new 2012 F150!!!!The bug shield installation was easy and we love the look on the truck." —Tesera G from Carlisle, PA bought an EGR Aerowrap Hood Shields for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"Thank goodness for previous reviews or I'd still be scratching my head how to get the grill off of my 2012 F-150. YouTube had a guy using a special tool to remove the grill from the hood. That wasn't shipped in the box from EGR. So forget the clamps and purchase the two-sided molding tape from your local auto store. It's easy, secure, and fast. However, you will need the under-the-hood hardware. The disadvantage is it will be a pain to remove but hopefully that will not be necessary. I recommend placing the tape along the top of the grill first. To mount, clip the ends of the deflector under the hood and lift middle over the tape using the middle clamp hole as your centering guide. Align the bottom edge of the deflector to where the grill and hood meets, press down. Once secure, attach the ends of the deflector under the hood. That's it, done! It looks great." —Robert W from Manassas, VA bought an EGR Aerowrap Hood Shields for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"2012 Ford f150 Super Crew. Great product does what it is suppose to. Simple to install in under 5 min. Looks great on my truck" —Ron A from , bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2012 Ford F-150.