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1998 Land Rover Range Rover
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1998 Land Rover Range Rover Deflectors

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AVS Windflector

AVS WINDFLECTOR FOR NISSAN FRONTIER SUNROOF

Installation is easy as long as you pick the correct size. Auto Anything has no idea what size this truck takes so you need to measure. Also, I would recommend you install in 65 degree weather or more. Otherwise you will need to use a hair dryer on the adhesive pad to get it to adhere to the roof. Otherwise it is great! View more reviews...
Posted By David S (FOREST GROVE, OR) / November 1, 2020
2019 Nissan Frontier
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Stampede Wind Tamer Sunroof Deflectors

Easy to install and makes your vehicle look great

I purchased this aftermarket Sunroof Wind Deflector because I could not find an OEM deflector. I am glad I did purchased this one because my new vehicle look great with it installed and the installation was a breeze. Thank you for the great product. View more reviews...
Posted By Frank G (Brooklyn, NY) / March 19, 2020
2020 Kia Soul
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WeatherTech Sunroof Wind Deflector

Second purchase, first one broke from hail and car wash.

I simply love this thing retrofitted on my '03 Land Cruiser. I had to put double-sided tape down and use longer screws to make it fit and not rattle, but it's awesome. Smokey color cuts down sun glare, and it's super quiet but allows air flow. Highly recommended. Install is a bit challenging, but worth it! View more reviews...
Posted By Eric P (Colorado Springs, CO) / February 11, 2020
2003 Lexus LX 470
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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020

Get in there. Rub that off-color spot on the leading edge of your hood. As much as you hope it’s going to disappear as you buff harder and harder, it just won’t. That’s a stone chip. And as you inspect more closely, your hood’s paint looks like the surface of the moon. Covered in craters, […] The post 10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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