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2011 Kia Sportage Deflectors

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Reviewed By Jerry E (Hebron, KY) Reviewed for a 2011 Kia Sportage —5/19/2012 5:58 AM

They came on time and where very easy to install. You get everything in the kit you need to install them. The picture instructions where a little bite different than usual, but since I have done this before I know what they where trying to get across. It is best if you do a test fit to see where you are going to put them on your car before you pull off the tape, since you only have one shot at getting it right, once they are stuck they are almost imposible to move or get back off with out damage. Only pull about 1 1/2" to 2" of the tape back at the cornes where the tape meets and bend it so the tape comes out the top. Put the deflector up to the car where you would like it and press the ends on where you would like them, remember you will not be able to move it once this is done. Then pull the tape and press as you go till the top and sides are done. Then press the entire area of the tape and all that is left is a little clean up and you are done.

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