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2011 Toyota Tundra
Deflectors

2011 Toyota Tundra Deflectors

When it comes to combining interior comfort with extreme capability, your 2011 Toyota Tundra takes the cake. Minimize the turbulence you feel while you drive and keep bugs, rain and snow from entering partially rolled-down windows with a new deflector for 2011 Tundra from AutoAnything.
Not sure which 2011 Toyota Tundra 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:

"Got a little intimidated when instructions said to remove front grill but turned out to be a piece of cake. Only 2 mounting bolts, the grill bolts hold the rest of shield, fits perfect. P.S. Bring your metric sockets." —Joseph S from Erwin , TN bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"My brother inlaw has EGR rainguards on his chevy pickup and likes them a lot, so I bought the 4-piece set for my 2011 Tundra double cab (aka extra cab). They arrived in a couple of days exactly as ordered and it took me about 30 minutes to install. Installation was simple and flawless. Just followed the directions. The rain visors work great. They allow lowering the window slightly to let fresh air in without letting rain in and I believe they lower the wind noise sligthly." —Don A from Upton, MA bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2011 Toyota Tundra, Double cab.

"Got a little intimidated when instructions said to remove front grill but turned out to be a piece of cake. Only 2 mounting bolts, the grill bolts hold the rest of shield, fits perfect. P.S. Bring your metric sockets." —Joseph S from Erwin , TN bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"i was impressed by the look and style.This bug deflector exceeded my expectation,however the installation instruction was somewhat confusing on my 2011 tundra because of the instructions to remove part of grille that needed no removal and not instructed to remove certain screws that needed removed,nevertheless the end result was satisfying.kudos to the designer." —Tyrone B from Wharton , TX bought an EGR Chrome Hood Shields for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"I found that it was easy to install and changed the looks of my truck in a good way.I just got home from a great trip my wife and i took,we traveled across the states from chesapeake va to las vagas and back 6540 miles.I washed my truck and found the bug deflector had done a excellent job." —Elvin Y from Chesapeake , VA bought an EGR Superguard Hood Shields for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"On the 2011 Tundra the grill has 5 attachment points behind the top of the primary grill frame that you cannot access. It is not just removing the bolts as suggested. You need to tape the hood above the grill to protect the finish and pry the grill off popping the 5 tabs free. Cross your fingers and hope the tabs give way before the grill cracks. This is not a simple job for everyone." —Kevin C from Plymouth, MA bought a Wade Platinum Bug Shield by Westin for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"looks good on my truck .had to take the entire grill assembly off to install.was not what i really wanted to do with a truck 2 weeks old but it was not that bad and guess i had no choice .overall price was fair and im happy with the product" —Ryan G from Linden, NJ bought an EGR Superguard Hood Shields for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"When installing you, must remove the grill bolts and break 2 plastic assembly rivets in the top corners of the grill. They are used for assembly line only and serve no purpose to the owner. They do take some force to snap. Pull one side away from the hood until it snaps, then the other. Takes longer to get the nerve to break these than it does to re-assemble. Looks good. Quiet, no wind noise. Nice snug fit. Would buy again." —Dan M from Belton, TX bought a Wade Platinum Bug Shield by Westin for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"Me and K-Sama got er installed in a flash, just a coupla screws and its done too easy! Looks good dog! Got it less than 48 hrs after I placed my order. Nala approved as well, WORD!!!" —Sean A from Clarkston , WA bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"I am happy with the EGR Aerowrap bug shield. I have a 2011 Tundra and the installation instructions were a bit vague for my truck. I had to do some extra research to find out exactly how to remove the grill to install the shield. I wish that I didn't have to remove the grill like I did but that isn't really EGR's fault. I would buy it again if given the opportunity. It looks and fits great, I just wish it were a little less invasive to install." —John W from Greeneville, TN bought an EGR Superguard Hood Shields for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

"If you are lucky enough to get an undamaged product you will be happy with it. Easy install...stylish and practical." —Chuck M from Jacksonville, FL bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.

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AVS External Mount Vent Visors

Perfect fit

I received them days before I was supposed to (yay), not only are they a perfect fit they're super easy to install. View more reviews...
Posted By Michelle G (Windham, ME) / July 17, 2018
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AVS Bug Deflectors

So far a happy customer.

It looked like the installation would be fairly easy from videos but for this truck the grill had to be removed. The directions were not completely accurate for this truck. The directions do specify it may be different. The first one I got was somewhat deformed and was off by a half inch from one side to another. Being OCD I called AA and they sent me a new one at no charge and I did not have to return the old one since the hardware was already installed. Good to go on the second deflector. View more reviews...
Posted By joel s (Byhalia, MS) / August 3, 2017
2011 Toyota Tundra
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WeatherTech In-Channel Side Window Deflectors

They work great!

Installation of these is a breeze. Took me literally 30 seconds each. I took them out to test them and they do what they're supposed to; keep out the weather/wind while allowing fresh air to come in. View more reviews...
Posted By Nathan M (Healy, AK) / August 16, 2016
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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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