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The factory Infiniti hood deflector is a beautiful piece instead of the five visible metal screws that secure it to the underhood mounts. So, I devised a way using Infiniti parts to make a far more polished appearance. The 1993-1996 J30's use a combination of screw, plastic cup washer and plastic finishing cap to secure the bottom of the interior door panels. So I got five of them rounded up and used the cup/cap combination to hide the mounting screws. The screws that came with the hood deflector have a little bit too large a head to sit inside the cup so I bought five stainless screws from the hardware store. The result is a flush look that should have been there from the start. :D
 

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you wont need to do that if you have a custom woody panel system like i have

see...dont even notice the bug deflector :D
 

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The woody definitely draws the eye! I must have way too much time on my hands. I mean, some stupid exposed screws got me all riled up to the point that I actually went out of my way to find J30 parts. Momma always said, Anal is as anal does.
 

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nah...those oem screws are odd. i noticed that same system on some hondas in my travels letely.
 
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