Not sure which 2007 Toyota Tundra 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:
"Shield looks great; a bit of a pain to install since you have to totally remove the grill first. Went together ok, however I did drop one of the anchor pins and couldn't recover it from the frame of the truck. Would be helpful if an extra piece or two was included. Also, my instructions came in Spanish and I had to get on WeatherTech website and request English." —Greg M from Spokane Valley, WA bought a WeatherTech Stone & Bug Deflector for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"The AVS looks great and was easy to install. Only problem are the expand screws for the shield connection under the hood, they don't work! I went to hardware store and purchased plastic expander screws and they work great." —Wayne H from La Center, WA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"The EGR deflector was a beautiful addition to my Tundra. It made the front of my truck look more aggressive plus it adds protection from road debris.
The instal was about an hour." —Devin J W from Lorton, VA bought an EGR Aerowrap Hood Shields for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
Product arrived very quickly in 2 days.
Looks and fits very nicely (didn't have any alignment issues as some people had).
Area for improvements
Installation took about 30~45minutes. Has to take the whole grill off and one of them was start rusting and could not take out easily. Recommending to use WD-40 to bolts before start taking the nuts off the grill.
at highway speed above 80mph, you can notice more wind noise which as little annoying.
Overall satisfied." —Koji O from Indianapolis, IN bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"The WeatherTech Stone and Bug deflector is excellent. Unlike others I've had before, this one (for the Tundra) is solid with very little flex, except above the headlights.
It was more difficult to install because the entire grill had to be removed because the deflector fits between the hood and the grill. The entire combination (hood, grill and deflector) lift as one. But no fear; the entire installation only took me about 30 minutes and is worth it. It's functional and stylish.. Drake R" —Drake R from Fernley, NV bought a WeatherTech Stone & Bug Deflector for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"Installation was pretty straight forward, however, you have to be real careful when removing and installing cover over the bolts on the grill...kinda tricky. But that would be a toyota design issue.....Once installed, looks really good." —Max H from Joliet, IL bought an EGR Superguard Hood Shields for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"Nice Bugflector fast shipping
Install screws need upgrade had to get other screws to hold other than that nice shield" —Eddie D from Lavale, MD bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"I had it installed in 30 minutes. Be careful when closing the hood after pulling the latch hook. That was the only issue I ran into. Very easy to install and looks awesome. Covers the whole front exactly the way I wanted it! Fast shipping from Autoanything as well. Highly recommend to buy from here!!!!" —Robert C from Oak Park Heights, MN bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"I read the directions and it seemed simple. Even a woman can take the grill off of a Toyota Tundra and install the bugflector. The fit was perfect. I ordered the clear color because it seems to blend in no matter the color of your truck." —Gayla M from Plano, TX bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"This was a very easy install and it LOOKS GREAT. I saved alot of money with autoanything. A great place to buy." —Derrick T from Richland, WA bought an EGR Aerowrap Hood Shields for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.
"The supplied hardware for the Toyota Tundra (07-10) doesn't fit. Many complaints about this but manufacturer doesn't read these reviews. The two main mounting holes on the deflector did not even come close to the two factory holes in the Tundra hood. When I aligned the supplied holes with the factory hood it fit like junk. I just fit the deflector along the hood lines and used self-tapping screws and there was no problem. I was about to return it but after making it fit to the truck hood and using my own hardware there was no problem. You may have to be a bit creative to install this correctly on your Tundra." —Thomas S from Sunnyvale, CA bought a WeatherTech Stone & Bug Deflector for a 2007 Toyota Tundra.