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DIY deflector. Hope is I’ll miss those pesky stone chips on leading edge of hood. Dark colors show everything. 30 min install. Mainly because I was chatting with my daughter on the phone. I’d expect less time with some focus. Blends well with dark colors.
 

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Any pics of that? Wondering if that was a OEM Honda deflector or aftermarket. That is if any such aftermarket part is even available. I've seen two at different prices on Honda site. But in the pics, they look identical. So not sure why the price difference for the low profile over other? THanks for any details anyone may offer.
 

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Part # 08P47-T6Z-101 Pretty easy DIY if you take it slow and easy. Mostly double-sided adhesive foam strips and a couple screws. Instructions here
 

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My brother has the same type of hood deflector on his 2017 Ridgeline and one of the adhesive pads has started to detach. It was dealer installed. Thanks for the info and the installation instructions.
 

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My brother has the same type of hood deflector on his 2017 Ridgeline and one of the adhesive pads has started to detach. It was dealer installed. Thanks for the info and the installation instructions.
I know this is an older thread, but how is the low profile OEM deflector holding up? Are you finding that small debris, dirt, etc get underneath and become troublesome?
 
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