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Deflect debris, bugs, and rocks over and away from your vehicle’s hood and windshield with a bug shield by WeatherTech or EGR. From protective full-wrap to stylish low profile, we offer a cost-effective fit for many vehicles. Mechanical mounting systems allow for simple installation. Most no-drill applications will not compromise your vehicle's finish. Protect your hood and windshield while adding a stylish appearance!
We offer custom-fit shields for many popular car, truck, van and SUV makes, such as Ford, Chevy, Honda, Dodge, and Toyota. Find the bug shield for your vehicle by entering the year, make, and model to the left.
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Husky Shield Vehicle Paint Protectors Review
Today we'll be taking a look at the HuskyShield vehicle paint protector. Now, these fit a wide variety of vehicles. To see if it's going to fit your particular year, make, and model, you can refer to our website. We'll begin by installing our hood protector first. With our installation solution already mixed in with our water and in our spray bottle, we can begin our install by spraying the front of our hood. We want to spray from the front edge of the hood with the mixed solution approximately 12 inches up the hood from side to side. Once we have it wet, we can then use the surface prep putty to scrub the entire front edge.
Husky Shield Vehicle Paint Protectors Installation - 2013 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Today on our 2013, Ford F250. We'll be installing the Husky Shield vehicle paint protectors for the hood in the door edges. Part number HL06981. We'll begin by installing our hood protector first. With our installation solution already mixed in with our water, and in our spray bottle. We can begin our install by spraying the front of our hood.
Husky Shield Vehicle Paint Protectors Installation - 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Today on 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, we'll be installing the Husky Shield Vehicle Paint Protectors for the hood and door edges, part number HL06411. We'll also be using part number HL07999 which is an installation kit for the Husky Shield Vehicle Paint Protectors and is not included. We want to begin by adding the contents of the solution into our 32 oz spray bottle provided in the kit. Once we have those mixed, we can shake and then spray the front edge of the hood with a mixed solution. Now, we'll grab our surface prep putty and scrub the entire front edge of our hood. Be sure to only use the surface prep putty when the surface is wet. If used on a dry surface, the putty will be sticky and not perform as intended.
Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Silverado
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20652Order #TC0938947456 All right. Today on a 2013 Chevrole Silverado, extended cab, we're going to install part number P570100. This is a Putco Element Bug Shield. First thing we need to do is go ahead and get our bug shield ready to install. Now the three components. There'll be a screw, a flat washer, and this nut.
Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector Installation - 2013 Ford F-150
Today on our 2013 Ford F-150, we'll be installing the Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector. Part Number P570300. Now we've already gone ahead and cleaned the area where the bug shield will be installed on our vehicle. You want to make sure that you go ahead and clean this area of the grill here because once the bug shield's installed, it may be a little difficult to get in there, get any bugs or anything off. You want to start off with a nice clean area. Next we'll go ahead and raise up our hood. We'll do a quick test bit of our bug shield.
Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Suburban
All right. Today on this 2013 Chevrolet Suburban we're going to install part number P570120. This is a Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector. First off, we'll go ahead and open up the hood and do a quick test fit with the bug shield to see where the mounting holes line up. Looks like there are two holes on each side of the hood that the hardware will attach to. We'll take the bug shield down for now. Then we'll go ahead and install the hardware onto the bug shield.
Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector Installation - 2011 Dodge Ram Pickup
Today on our 2011 Dodge Ram Pickup, well be installing the Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector in the chrome Color Part Number P470200. To begin with well need to first open up the hood on our vehicle. Were then going to go ahead and do a trial fit of our bug shield hood protector. We want to make sure that the mounting holes will line up with the hood shield protector. The 4 holes on the underside of the hood that well be using to mount our new bug shield hood protector are located here. Theres two smaller holes on the outside of the hood and 2 larger holes toward the center that well be using.
WeatherTech Bug Shield Installation - 2012 Ford Van
Today on our 2012 Ford E-250, we're going to be installing the WeatherTech Bug Shield, part number WT50187. Now to begin, we'll need to open our hood. Pull the hood latch here, releasing the hood where we can now open it up. Now that we have our hood open, we'll find the weather strip here at the edge and according to the instructions we'll need to locate the push pin fasteners where our bug shied will attach. Here on the passenger's side, it will be these two push pin fasteners. Here on the driver's side, we'll use these two fasteners here.
WeatherTech Bug Shield Installation - 2011 Ford Ranger
Today on our 2011 Ford Ranger we're going to install the Weathertech Bug Shield, part number wt50122. To begin with you may want to go ahead and clean the front edge of the hood b because once the bug shields on it may be a little difficult to clean underneath it. Let's begin by raising the hood' you'll notice there's a rubber strip at the front edge of the hood. There are three small fasteners as well as some adhesive that holds this strip to the hood.You'll need to remove this before the installation of the bug shield. You can usually get your fingers underneath and just pop them out. For the adhesive it works best to not scratch the hood-you can slide your finger along it slowly pulling on the weather stripping piece and it will slowly pull off.
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