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Weathertech Bug Deflector with AVS hardware/directions?!

Discussion in 'Product Reviews' started by itaro, May 27, 2014.

  1. May 27, 2014 at 6:43 PM

    itaro [OP] Accidental Overland

    Apr 24, 2013
    The belly button of O.C. : Buena Park
    2014 Baja
    ADD W1 oil catch can, Weathertechs floor liners, Weathertech bug/stone deflector, ImMrYo rear-view mirror lift bracket, Slider window security bar, Trailer harness relocate bracket, Cupeez, Bed cubby locks, Satoshi grill in progress, Relentless Fab hood hinge brackets, Wet Okole seat covers in Realtree Max-5, Relentless Fab aluminum tailgate reinforcement, Rear diff breather relocated behind tail light, Pelfreybilt bolt-on sliders with filler plates, Icon Progressive AAL, BAMF IFS Skid, SaBellCo. Tailgate Anti-theft locking device, color matched grill surround, Redline tuning hood struts, BAMF mid-skid, Defined Engineering diff skid, Dee-Zee chest truck box, OEM Bed mat, total chaos bedside brackets, BAMF transfercase skid (to be installed), color matched rear bumper, Demello plate front bumper, Wheeler's superbumps, Kings extended travel shocks, Airflow snorkel, sPod
    So I ordered a Weathertech Bug Deflector for my 2014 Tacoma and it came with the wrong hardware/instructions. I called Weathertech and they sent me out the proper screws/tape and instructions. The funny thing is, the instructions are photocopies and have the AVS logo! I'm guessing that the Weathertech deflectors are just rebranded AVS ones that cost a few $$$ more. :rolleyes:
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