Ford F-450 1993, Dark Smoke Stone and Bug Deflector by WeatherTech®. Sleek and low profile, the WeatherTech® Easy-On™ Stone and Bug Deflector is aerodynamically designed to provide excellent protection against stone chips and...
Custom Fit and Optimum DesignPreserves the Life of Your Hood
Ford F-450 1993, Ultraguard Bug Shield by Wade®. Preserve the value of your vehicle, install the Ultraguard Bug Deflector and avoid the chipping of paint and windshield that is so difficult and expensive to fix once it has...
Application specific design for looks and perfect fitProtects paint and windshield from rock chips
Ford F-450 1993, Slim Design Smoke Window Deflectors by Wade®, 2 Pieces Set, Tape-On. Reduce wind, noise, heat and glare by installing the Wade Slim Wind Deflectors. They are made in quality hi-impact material to precise...
State-of-the-art computer aided design ensures perfect fitApplication specific design
Ford F-450 1993, Smoke Headlight Covers by Wade®, 2 Pieces. Protect your precious (and expensive!) headlights from the sandblasting of highway driving by installing these cool Wade Headlight Covers. A cracked lens on a modern...
Protect your headlights from being blasted by roadside debrisGive your vehicle a cool look
Universal Wind Tamer Sunroof Deflector by Stampede®. Let the sky in while keeping the wind out. The special design of the Wind Tamer deflects the wind up and over sunroof openings, preventing rain from entering the sunroof opening,...
Designed to let the sun in and the wind outLow-profile design
Universal Permanent Mount Sunroof Deflector by C.R. Laurence®. Add a CRL Wind Deflector to your SFC/CRL Sunroof to complete the open-air experience. CRL Permanent Mount or CRL Removable Sunroof Deflectors reduce noise and air...
Designed to reduce noise and air turbulenceAerodynamically stable at highway speeds
The effectiveness of bug deflectors has been a point of contention between believers and non-believers for a long time. Some insist they work wonders, while others swear to the
contrary. Because lots of testimonials supporting both points of view float around the internet and through word of mouth, deciding what to believe can be difficult. Before doing
that, it's important to understand the thinking behind bug deflector designs.
According to recent statistics, over half of new vehicles sold in the United States are equipped with a factory "sunroof", "moonroof", "panorama roof", or similarly-named panel
which allows part of a vehicle's roof to slide open. It wouldn't be a stretch to say almost 9 million cars and trucks leave factories so equipped each year. And the reason for
their popularity is simple - sunroofs are great! They make it possible to enjoy fresh air, warm sun, and cool breezes right by our heads while driving our four-door sedans, SUVs,
and minivans. We get a taste of the convertible life without giving up 98% of the practicality we need every day. At the dealership, most buyers see a sunroof option on the checklist
and immediately envision blissfully taking in all the joys of Mother Nature while driving their future car. Mentally, the forecast is sunshine with no rain - a powerful enough
thought to make the extra cost of a sunroof seem well worthwhile.