Not sure which 2008 Honda Ridgeline 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:
"The screws they give you don't work....You have to find some that are a little thicker to make the inserts expand enough for it to stay secure.....Other than that the bug shield fit perfectly...." —David G from Houma, LA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"The bug deflector on my 2008 Ridgeline looks great and attaches solidly to the hood. I was a bit concerned when I unwrapped the package and saw it was for a 2006 - 2007 model but it fit anyway. The instructions could use a little more detail. NOTE: The 4 threaded philips head type connectors that came with the unit push in instead of screw. Once I figured that out it went quickly. Be careful pulling out the original dozen or so push connectors that attach the original seal to the hood, you'll have to remove and reuse all but 4 of them and you will stress them in the process. It would be nice if replacements came with the unit. All in all a very good product for a good price." —Ray L from Dallas, TX bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"Bugflector looks great on my vehical but the instalation was a bit tricky. The fasteners that come with the product do not work. They are to long for my hood and when you went to tighten the screw it just striped the threads." —Arthur C from Moreno Valley, CA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"Great fit, easy install, could have used extra screws a couple are under the battery I think. Overall good product, looking to add window vents now." —Eddie H from Algonquin, IL bought an EGR Aerowrap Hood Shields for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"Decided to invest a hundred dollars because just spent over $300 to fix a dent caused by a flying stone.Deflector fit well and looks good. I believe it'll do the job as well.The only issue I had was that the plastic screws used to attach to the truck had to be replaced with metal screws to get it to hold. A minor issue and I am satified otherwise." —Michael H from Rockwell, NC bought a WeatherTech Stone & Bug Deflector for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.