Not sure which 2010 Jeep Wrangler Bug Deflectors are right for you? We have over 5121 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:
"This EGR bug deflector had "Super Easy" installation. It has great looks, quality, and price." —James A. S from Danville, IL bought an EGR Superguard Hood Shields for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler.
"Super easy to install, looks good on my Rubicon, decreases bugs on windsheild by 50%. Overall great accessory." —Dan S from Port Clinton, OH bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler.
"The product came in a box twice the size of the unit but was securely wrapped for protection. Installation was a breeze except for the center plastic connector which required using a larger size screw than supplied in the hardware. Once a larger diameter screw was installed the unit attached securely and looks great." —Dennis W from Cynthiana, KY bought an EGR Aerowrap Hood Shields for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler.
"Haven't taken a trip on the Penna Tpk. yet, so I'm not sure how it will perform. The important thing (for me) was that it blended in as much as possible, which it does (smoke deflector on black paint). I'm a little concerned about how securely attached it is. There are only 3 mounts, and the center mount doesn't seem to be holding as well as the outside mounts. It tends to shake/flap a little when going 50+ mph, so I'll have to see whether it'll hold up. I'm fairly satisfied with the product, however, for the price I paid." —Joseph B from Upper Arlington, OH bought an EGR Superguard Hood Shields for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler.
"I decided to drill the four holes in the interior framework of the hood to install the deflector. I wanted to be able to remove the deflector occasionally to clean and wax the front of the hood. The 3M tape approach would not permit easy removal. The hardest part was drilling the first hole and attaching the deflector with the first screw since it required holding the deflector in place with one hand and drilling with the other. Once secured with the first screw, the other three were easy to drill and attach. Make sure the drill bit is appropriate to the size of the screws." —Gerald M from Fredericksburg, VA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler.