Ford Explorer Hood Scoops, Window Louvers
An air vent on the Ford Explorer bonnet that enables flow of air directly to the engine compartment is called a Ford Explorer hood scoop or a bonnet scoop. If the Ford Explorer vent is closed and doesn’t actually carry the air to the engine compartment it serves only a decorative purpose. Ford Explorer Window louvers are framed openings in the window, fitted with fixed or movable horizontal members for admitting air and light and keeping the rain out. Ford Explorer Window louvers can be fitted on to your car window. Window louvers give your car a great stylized look.
WOW.. people high beam me all the time because they think I got the brights on.. haha.. super bright!
Jeremy G. - (Winder,georgia)
Awesome product, especially at when dark!
CamSS_85 - (Staten Island, NY)
I would have rated these a 5 if it were not for the fact that they needed some additional sealant around the lens. Luckily I had some left over rubber sealant lying around - I'd read about and experienced this before with my other aftermarket lights. Overall I am very satisfied with the product and the customer service. I was notified of a short backorder (about a week) shortly after placing my order, which happens from time to time. Wes kept me updated and called me as soon as the item left. Great guys to deal with!
This is my second set of spring for my GTR. I used to ride with Eibach but the front height is higher than my rear. Swift spring rides perfect. The height is even so my car dont look like a drag race car anymore. lol Anyways. I love this purchase
Irving V. - (San Diego,california)
I got 04-06 Mitsubishi Lancer Halo Projector Headlights Black w/ HID Combo and they are the best of the west. took a bit to shipped them but after a week and half i got them. all ready to install. thank you ill be purchasing more items. next thing the spoiler and more.
Marshall J - (Wildwood, MI)
first time buying product from this company, grille came fast & look good on my sentra. good seller
43 reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars