Bug deflector

Those look great. Are they fastened with 2 sided tape or just a pressure fit type?
The hood deflector screws in under the hood using existing holes from the weather stripping. The weather stripping remains intact. No 3M tape...no clips the way it should be! The window units just slide in for the front and pressure fit...the rears have a bit of 3M tape to ensure they stay in place when the windows down. Super easy to install.
 
The hood deflector screws in under the hood using existing holes from the weather stripping. The weather stripping remains intact. No 3M tape...no clips the way it should be! The window units just slide in for the front and pressure fit...the rears have a bit of 3M tape to ensure they stay in place when the windows down. Super easy to install.
Thanks!
 
Installed my AVS 25881 today...very happy with it and it matches the truck great :D No 3M tape install crap...uses 6 existing holes in the hood and the OEM gasket. Mounts with 6 screws and washers and very tough acrylic! I usually install WeatherTech ones, but WT doesn't make one for the ZR2 hood yet.

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Looks Great. Where did you get yours shield at. I am trying to find the one that bolts on as well. I would love to have the ones that light up.
 
I installed the deflector today on my 24 ZR2 and I’m kinda mixed on how it looks. More importantly,does anyone else have a really hard time sliding the latch to open the hood? The deflector reduces the gap between hood and grill and I had a really hard time sliding the lever to release the latch.
 
I installed the deflector today on my 24 ZR2 and I’m kinda mixed on how it looks. More importantly,does anyone else have a really hard time sliding the latch to open the hood? The deflector reduces the gap between hood and grill and I had a really hard time sliding the lever to release the latch.
No issues on my end.
 

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