Chevrolet Colorado Bug Shields
A Bugflector is a convenient and useful accessory. It will help protect your paint job from bugs that would otherwise make their way onto your vehicle. These shields are easy to install and can even help protect your vehicle from other debris, such as small pebbles, that get kicked up when you are driving.What types of bug shields are there?
There are many different types of bug shields. They are normally made of a durable acrylic, but they can also be chrome and can add something extra to the look of your truck while still serving a useful purpose. They may be tinted, matte, or even have a pattern or design. With so many options to choose from, you can find one that suits your needs as well as your sense of style.What features should you look for when choosing a shield?
When selecting a bug deflector for your truck, there are a few things to keep in mind, which are listed below.
- It should be made of a strong and durable material.
- It should be made to fit the specific make and model of your vehicle.
- It should be scratch- and impact-resistant so it will last and keep its original look.
- You should look for a kit that is easy to install and shouldn't require any drilling. Look for a bug deflector that can be installed with 3M tape or by using any preexisting holes and parts of your vehicle.
- It should also have no sharp corners and have a streamlined, smooth look to it. That is how you can tell if it is of good quality and has been crafted with attention to detail. A bug shield works by creating an upward flow of air so that instead of hitting your vehicle directly, bugs will be swept up and over your Chevrolet Colorado. The design is important because if it is not designed well, it will not effectively keep the bugs off of your vehicle.
Installing a bug deflector is pretty straightforward. First off, you want to make sure that the exterior of your vehicle is clean or at least the area where you will be installing the bug deflector is clean. Then you are ready to attach the mounting hardware. Once this is in place, you can clamp the support brackets to the hood of your Colorado. Next, you can attach the bug screen. Make sure that everything looks centered before securing. Depending on the kit that you have, you may use screws, clips, or push rivets to secure everything in place.