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Thanks again for the link for the website www.hyundai-owners.com. I have been looking for that deflector forever and the only other place I found it on was HDK. (and we all know how good they are..hehe) I went ahead and ordrered it.

Now my question. They did not specify a method of shipping or charge me for shipping when I ordered it or in the email confirmation. Did this happen to you to, and if so, did they charge it later on and by how much $? Also, how long did it take to get to your house? Thanks! <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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No problem! Shipping was around $35 Canadian, which is about $20 US dollars. I think it may have taken 2 weeks. I called to just confirm everything and to get the total price, just to make sure. I don't think they have everything they sale on the web page either! Oh yah, It's real easy to install. You don't have to do any drilling for the holes. They send push in snaps that go into pre-existing holes and that's where the screws are put into. They also don't use velcro on the hood to hold down the deflector but nice rubber spacers. So for cleaning purposes they are easily taken off and put back on!

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Oh really? I thought it was a stick-on because I have one like that on my Jeep Cherokee. But I rather it being a snap on type. So its $75 in Canadian dollars...so its cheaper then that in american currency. Damn, thats a good deal. Those usually run around there normally in US money.

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