Fia Grille Bug Screen GS901-18
- Available in black
- Custom fit bug screen
- Protects grille & radiator
- Heavy duty mesh screen
- No drilling or tools needed
- Includes stick-a-stud fastening system
- For replacement fasteners or drill on fasteners go here ----> Fia Fasteners
The Fia front grille bug screens are custom fit for most pickups, sport-utility vehicles, minivans and vans. The Fia bug screen protects your rides grille from bugs, stones and debris.
This features a heavy duty tear resistant mesh screening to keep your front grille clean and your radiator free of bugs. Featuring Fia's stick a stud fasteners for an easy no tool installation.
You can attach or remove the bug screen in seconds. Plus the stick a studs can be completely removed if needed without damage to the vehicle. This is a perfect edition to any pick-up, van or SUV.
|Fia GS900 Installation Instructions|
1 Year Warranty
All Fia products are guaranteed for workmanship and material defects for one year. Please contact RealTruck.com at 1-877-216-5446 for more information.
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Product Reviews Summary
|Price / Value||4.8|
|Ease of Installation||5.0|
|4 Customer Reviews|
Part #: FIA-GS901-18 Posted on
|Ordered Fia Grille Bug Screen (FIA-GS901-18)which is a good fit for my 2013 Silverado 1500 LT. I installed it at the beginning of August in preparation for the Florida September "Love Bug" season. Please do yourself a favor and put a minimum of THREE coats of wax on your front end, windshield posts, roof above windshield and mirrors if chrome or paint. Then use rubbing alcohol to clean wax from just the spots that your screen snaps will attach. Screen works perfectly and with the wax on the rest of the front end love bugs wash off with ease. In the directions for attachment there is a statement - "A MINIMAL amount of stress (stretching the screen) on the bug screen from side to side and top to bottom is recommended. Excessive stress (stretch) will cause improper installation". Please head this advice. Do NOT try to stretch it to make it completely 100% cover your grill frame, it will not but does 100% cover the grill. Just center it for a great look. Also, get all four corners attached before attaching snaps in the top and bottom middle sections. The Stick - A - Stud snaps are easy to use and plenty strong. The base of each snap has lines in it so that if you need to "bend" a snap "around" where it needs to attach - this works good also. Just make sure you take your time to get everything straight and it will turn out great. Use masking tape to place screen and a helper. Whether in a hot or cold environment follow the directions for the use of a hair dryer. This was an extremely easy project and since I've done it once already I could do it again in under 10 minutes minus the time it takes using the hair dryer on each attachment. If you have a slot in your bumper for air flow to the oil and transmission coolers there is a screen for that too. I contacted RealTruck and they didn't have them. I then contacted the FIA company and the representative stated that they were aware, had several calls for "bumper screen" and were trying to procure a manufacturer for them. I then contacted a man named Forest in California that custom makes the bumper screens. His number is 530-934-5612. Had mine in 48 hours and fit perfectly.|
Part #: FIA-GS901-18 Posted on
|I have used both the Fia bug screens and their winter fronts on several vehicles over the years. These are great products. The screen does an excellent job of keeping insects, pebbles, etc out of the radiator and protects the chrome portion of the grill it covers. This is sooo easy to install with the adhesive snaps. Did my last one in less than 10 minutes from opening the shipping box to completion. It just unsnaps for quick removal if needed. Unlike some units, this one looks really classy as well as being functional. I highly recommend this to anyone.|
|Very well made and simple to install|
|The screen was easy to install and I have not had any problems with the fasteners as some people have. I installed it in a heated garage (about 60 degrees) as it was in the 40s outside. The first day the screen was on I drove 35 miles in a heavy cold rain storm and had no problems. The screen looks great and fits my silverado grille perfectly.|