Carflector; Stone/Bug Deflector
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Auto Ventshade (AVS) Carflector; Stone/Bug Deflector

Part No. 20554 Warranty Details  
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Gives your car the same great look and protection as our bugflector does for trucks and sport utility vehicles. Custom fit applications are available for most popular cars. the unique design allows for easy hood cleaning and waxing. Easy to install with strong automotive grade tape or mechanical fasteners. Available in smoke impact-modified acrylic.

Product Features:
  • Same Protection as the Bugflector
  • Unique Design
  • Allows for Easy Hood Cleaning and Waxing
  • Made of Impact-Modified Acrylic
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Drilling Required:Yes
Fender Eyebrows Included:No
Mounting Type:HARDWARE

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  • Q:

    how and what does it take to put the bug shield on the car can anyone help with question
    Asked on 10/23/2014 by mickey

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      Hi Mickey, glad to serve you! Here is the instructions to install the bug sheild. First you have to wash your vehicle before installing the bug shield. Wash the area along the front of the hood where the shield will be installed if you don't want to wash the entire vehicle. Dry the front of the hood where the shield will be installed. The shield will not stick to a wet surface. Wipe the area on the front of the hood with an alcohol wipe. This is usually supplied with the bug shield. This will clean the surface completely, and leave it dry and ready for adhesive. Position the bug shield exactly where you want it on the hood of the vehicle. Make a mark on each side so you will know where to stick the shield. Remove the adhesive from the tape on the back of the shield. Place the shield on the hood between the marked lines. Push along the shield to make sure the adhesive sticks along the entire edge of the hood. Install the rubber bumpers behind the shield where it touches the hood. This will stop the bug shield from rubbing the paint off the hood.

      Answered on 10/24/2014 by Steve from AAP
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