Auto Ventshade 680310 Chrome Hood Shield for 2014-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

June 16, 2019 - Comment
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The AVS Chrome Hood Shield is a custom-molded hood shield precision-engineered to fit your vehicle perfectly. This hood shield’s medium-profile is aerodynamically efficient, and provides excellent protection as stones and other debris deflect away from the hood, fender and windshield of your truck or SUV. Mounts away from the hood for easy cleaning. Features easy installation with no drilling required.

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
  • Custom-molded, durable chrome dipped ABS to match the trim of your vehicle for a consistent look
  • Proudly made in the USA and backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty


Anonymous says:

We’ll see how it sticks. The hood protector is alright, will find out how it “sticks” after a few months. A lot of two faced 3M tape holding it on, with a clip on each side/end.Glad there was a video online.

Anonymous says:

This thing attaches like vent visors They don’t mention in description or instructions to lower shield to the lowest point in hood!!!! Caused a peel and restick but no problem. This thing attaches like vent visors, only two bolts at corners and the rest is double sided tape across the front.

Anonymous says:

2015 Silverado Good fit and great look… This hood/bug shield looks great on my truck. Installation was interesting with only one person, but patience helped. Lining it up on the center of the hood while trying to hold it on as the hood wanted to keep rising was the toughest part. During my test fit I was concerned about how it would fit on my 2015 Silverado, but once the clips were put on and everything was lined up it fit perfect. Most of the issues with lining it up would have been easier with 2 people. After installation…

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