EGR vs. WeatherTech: Which Deflector is the Best Bug Shield?

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EGR vs. WeatherTech

EGR vs WeatherTech—when it comes to bug deflectors and vent visors, it’s a brand battle extraordinaire. For a few years WeatherTech dominated the industry. But, plucky EGR has not only made a name for themselves, they’re now the main competition for WeatherTech. Of course, there are many other brands out there competing for your hard-earned dollars, but going with one of the big two assures you a quality deflector with a great fit.

The Benefits of WeatherTech Deflectors

  • Custom-crafted for your specific year, make and model vehicle
  • Built tough from impact-resistant acrylic plastic
  • Treated to resist UV radiation and scratching
  • Your choice of light or dark smoke tint
  • Installation requires no drilling, cutting or fabricating
  • 1-year warranty

The Benefits of EGR Deflectors

  • Custom-molded for your specific year, make and model vehicle
  • Crafted from high-strength acrylic plastic
  • Treated to resist UV radiation and scratching
  • Comes with a dark smoke tint
  • Installation requires no drilling, cutting or fabricating
  • Lifetime Warranty

So What’s the Right Deflector for You?

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Mike Cote
My 2015 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road Access Cab 4x4 offers bed space to camp in, haul my dirt bike around, and it's been done up to take on the trails. Favorite mods include my Icon coilovers to soak up the bumps. My Walker Evans 501 Legend wheels wrapped in Toyo RT tires give me the clearance from my upper control arms to fit (and they look darn good) and the over-sized tires take on rocks with plenty of traction. My Rigid Industries fog lights have kept me out of a ditch or two when night wheeling. Growing up going to car shows and helping my dad work on the family vehicles ignited my passion. My best memory was the first time I flushed the coolant. My dad forgot to tell me to keep my face out from under the drain plug. Never made that mistake again!

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