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2004 Gmc Sierra
Deflectors

2004 Gmc Sierra Deflectors

Not sure which 2004 GMC Sierra Deflectors are right for you? We have over 16698 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 installation was a breeze. Just four screws and I was in business. Delivery was very fast." —Frank C from Clearfield, UT bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2004 GMC Sierra.

"These wind guards are bigger than your typical wind guards. They work very well, with windows down you get fresh air without all the wind. Gonna buy some for my other truck as well." —Jerry Lee G from Morehead City , NC bought a Wade Wind Guard Wind Deflectors by Westin for a 2004 GMC Sierra.

"The installation was a breeze. Just four screws and I was in business. Delivery was very fast." —Frank C from Clearfield, UT bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2004 GMC Sierra.

"the center hole didn't quite match up and it was so far away from the hood I was afraid it would break if I pushed it up close enough to get the screw in it." —Jim V from Vestavia, AL bought an EGR Chrome Hood Shields for a 2004 GMC Sierra.

"It took about 5 minutes to put the deflector on. So easy I didn't read the directions till I was finished. It took longer to get them out of the box and the packaging." —Robert B from Norfolk, VA bought an EGR Aerowrap Hood Shields for a 2004 GMC Sierra.

"These wind guards are bigger than your typical wind guards. They work very well, with windows down you get fresh air without all the wind. Gonna buy some for my other truck as well." —Jerry Lee G from Morehead City , NC bought a Wade Wind Guard Wind Deflectors by Westin for a 2004 GMC Sierra.

"Very easy to install look good I have them on both my trucks and they do what there ment for." —Jerry B from Hazel Hurst, PA bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2004 GMC Sierra.

"These really make the truck stand out. Real easy to put on had everything installed in just a few minutes. Thanks autoanything." —Douglas P from Lakeside, CA bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2004 GMC Sierra, Extended cab.

"Was eassy to install and looks great,good value, parts store want $25 more than AutoAnything" —Charles R from West Palm Beach, FL bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2004 GMC Sierra, Extended cab.

"Bought these for the front and back windows and they look great. The only thing is I didn't realize how obvious the mounting brackets are for the back. I'll probably end up getting the tape on ones for the back down the road." —Austin H from Mobile, AL bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2004 GMC Sierra, Crew cab.

"Company shipped out my order quickie and was able to receive product real quick. The product was in great shape as promised. Good company to do business with." —Rudy P from Mcallen, TX bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2004 GMC Sierra, Extended cab.

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AVS Windflector

Coolbreez

Simple install looks cool also wind blows over almost no wind noise when sunroof all the way open very satisfied ?? View more reviews...
Posted By Pete S (Lakewood, CO) / April 5, 2017
2015 GMC Sierra
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AVS Pop-Out Windflector

great..

Very easy to install looks nice! View more reviews...
Posted By JERRI H (MANISTIQUE, MI) / November 28, 2012
2009 GMC Sierra
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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

AVS vs. EGR: What’s the Best Deflector for Your Car, Truck or SUV

AVS vs. EGR Believe it or not, your windshield doesn’t have to fall prey to suicidal bugs or free-flying rocks. With a bug deflector (also known as a hood shield) protecting your ride’s front-end, you can say goodbye to constant windshield washing and the threat of damage. You also don’t have to sacrifice fresh air […] The post AVS vs. EGR: What’s the Best Deflector for Your Car, Truck or SUV appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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