Brush guard vs Wind deflector or both?

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  1. CoasterG

    CoasterG New Member

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    I currently have a brush guard mounted on the front of my 04 Liberty - same type as Bennett's btw but I'm thinking I might want to put on a wind deflector due to the dirt and stuff that gets blown onto my window.

    Think its possible to put both on and have it actually look good? Or go with one or the other?

    Don't do a ton of offroad here in Florida, and I'm not big on mudding either.
     
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    if u have a pic of ur jeep, i could probably photoshop it for ya... lol3.gif
     
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    just be careful, there may not be any wheels left on it when he gets done photoshopping it. \:D/
     
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    in my defense it didnt have wheels to begin with....LoL...


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    That is such a great photo-chop, lol! rollinglaugh.gif
     
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    Hey thats my jeep!! Lol but its cool, so i dont care.
     
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    I have both.... I don't think the bug deflector really works... there aren't very many bugs out here for me to know anyway. I am thinking of taking it off. #-o

    Here is a photo of the front of my KJ. It's kinda hard to tell it's there since mine is black.

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    Bennett Active Member Administrator

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    Would the wind deflector even clear the brushgaurd?

    On mine It wouldn't clear.

    Bennett
     
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    so true, my bad. \:D/
     
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    I like your bumper guard! Not too high or low, clean design. Who makes it?
     
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    See if I can get a good photo in the next day or so and post it up.

    I don't know if it'll clear the brushguard either but I can measure the clearances and see if it does.
     
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    Thanks. I saw it on the '05 but hadn't seen it on earlier models (different bumper). Will check it out! burnout.gif
     
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    I agree, that guard is the nicest looking I've seen for the KJ. IMO, the full guards (because of the KJ's front shape) look ugly.

    - Hammer.