Mimic the Reflective Properties of the Front and Rear Side Windows with The Agency 6 B-Pillar Covers
The Agency 6 Ford Bronco B-Pillar cover set is a high-gloss almost acrylic-like accessory designed to match the reflective properties of your windows. The panels are crafted from high-quality materials, and seamlessly integrate with the Bronco’s design, creating a polished look that complements the lines.
Agency 6 provides all the hardware you need, even the exact drill bit for drilling into your factory plastics.
In the kit you receive hardware, two B-Pillar covers with a protective coating on both sides, and a drill bit.
The installation process is incredibly simple. All you need is a drill, screwdriver, and some masking tape to position the covers in place. You’re looking at 30 minutes tops to install both sides.
Blacked-out Glass Look
The blacked-out glass look makes the side profile of the Bronco look so clean. Also, the exposed black anodized hardware gives the panels an incredibly aggressive appearance as well.
Agency 6 tops it off with its minimal yet modern logo etched into the material.
If you’re willing to drill into your factory plastics, these covers will for sure make your Bronco stand out.
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Agency 6 B-Pillar Covers Install & Review
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Tools & Materials
For this installation, all you need is the following:
- Drill driver
- Marker (optional)
- Drill bit (provided)
- Masking tape
In the kit, Agency 6 provides you with everything you need; covers, bolts, and a drill bit.
Step 1. Position Covers Into Place
Get started by positioning the B-pillar covers into place and then tape the cover to the window glass using some masking tape.
Step 2. Measure Threads & Tape Drill Bit
Grab one of the bolts that Agency 6 provides in the kit and measure the threads on the bolts against a bit. Then take some masking tape and wrap the tape around the drill bit about 5-10 times or until you are satisfied with the buffer you have to prevent the bit from going too far into the plastics. This tape is not necessarily going to stop you from drilling into your plastics, it’s more or less a visual guide for telling yourself when to stop drilling.
Step 3. Drill Holes Into Factory Plastics
Double-check your fitment one last time before drilling. Once you’re 100% sure you have the correct placement on the panel, start drilling into those plastics.
Step 4. Remove Protective Backing on Backside
Once you have all the holes drilled and you’re happy with the placement, go ahead and rip off the protective cover on the backside of the cover.
Step 5. Screw Covers Onto B-Pillar
Clean out any of the remaining plastic residue left over in the B-pillar plastics and then screw the provided bolts into place using a hand screwdriver. Do not use a drill driver for this step as you can strip the inside holes out which would prevent the bolts from grabbing a good bite on the plastics.
Step 6. Remove Tape & Protective Cover
After all your bolts are in place, you can remove the outside protective cover.
These panels definitely added a unique look to the build. So glad I stumbled on this product. Again, if you can get over drilling into your plastics, these panels make the side profile of the Bronco look so much better. The appearance of one glass panel from the front seat to the back is something you rarely see on these builds and the exposed hardware around the panel makes it even better.