Auto Ventshade 25094 Bugflector II Dark Smoke Hood Shield for 2014-2018 Toyota Tundra

February 9, 2019 - Comment
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(as of June 16, 2019 02:22 GMT+0100 - Details)

Auto Ventshade’s Bugflector II Hood shield is custom-molded and precision-engineered to fit perfectly, designed to protect and complement the contours of your vehicle’s hood. The high-profile, wrap-around design is aerodynamically efficient and provides excellent protection for your hood, windshield and fender, deflecting rocks and other hazardous road debris. Impact-modified acrylic material is wear-and-tear resistant and car wash safe, providing maximum durability. It can also be easily removed from the hood for simple cleaning, and includes all installation instructions and required hardware. This hood shield provides easy installation with no drilling required. In order to protect the hood paint from rubbing, the set includes several rubber bumpers applied to the hood during the installation. Protected by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Product Features

  • Full height, wrap-around design provides a sleek, aerodynamic appearance
  • Effectively protects hood, windshield and fenders from rocks and road debris
  • Off-the-hood design allows for easy cleaning and waxing
  • Durable impact-modified acrylic materialĀ in a dark smoke finish
  • Proudly made in the USA and backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty


Anonymous says:

Fit is good. The lines on this one aren’t as straight … Fit is good. The lines on this one aren’t as straight as the ones I’ve had in the past but still a good product.

Anonymous says:

Does not fit I bought this for my 2014 Toyota Tundra. It says that this is compatible with my vehicle, however it is not. While it screws in underneath and attaches at the right part on the hood, it leaves a huge gap between the bugflector and the headlights. Defeating the purpose…..

Anonymous says:

Don’t use the plastic anchors and screws provided! Ok quality, fits ok, looks good and easy to install. If you purchase this bug shield the first step is to throw away the screws and anchors that they give you. They are plastic junk and would trust them to hold. I drilled two holes on each side and used 3/4″ self tapping screws plus cut two plastic anchors in half for the factory drilled holes and installed using 1/2″ metal screws. This way it is more secure, feels more sturdy and won’t fly off your hood when your going down the interstate…

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