The Prius C Cat Shield™ is one of our best engineering accomplishments. Our unique design and installation process allows you to have a one piece shield that will prevent the bowing or flexing of the shield. By studying the air flow and mounting points of the shield, we were able to increase the stability and rigidity of the shield. Like with all of our shields, you will be getting the most advanced protection device in the market. Fully removable and galvanic corrosion resistant.
Material: 14 Gauge Premium Grade 5052 Aluminum
Fits all 2012-2019 Prius C with OEM converters. Comes with Cat Shield, installation hardware, Cat Shield Protected sticker, and detailed installation guide.
Upgrade Options: MILLERCAT Custom Screw Kit. Info on screw options
REQUIRED TOOLS FOR INSTALLATION. Rivet Nut Tool with M6 Mandrel/Head, 1/4" bit driver, drill, and 25/64 Drill Bit (No pilot bit). Installation Guide
*Professional installation recommended
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MILLERCAT 2012-2019 Prius C Cat Shield™
I was looking for CAT Shield to install in my 2019 Ford F-150 XLT Crew Cab. Tried hard to find Millercat dealer, part supplier and no luck from Millercat website. Seems the Cat Shield is for Pirus, Toyota and ....but not Ford F-150. I really wanted to use your product but no luck. Maybe you could direct me to a dealer/parts supplier for Millercat Cat Shield. My state is VA
On one hand, I'm glad MillerCat offers security screws with the kit, on the other hand, if someone has cutting tools for cutting out a catalytic converter (whose pipes are steel) will a sheet of laser-cut aluminum stop them? I wish the shield were available in something more substantial.
Install was straight forward and relatively easy if you have the tools for it. I was able to install it in my driver way using a Jack and two jack stands to lift the car.
So far, the product is fine. It came highly reviewed by others. The HUGE challenge I had was finding a shop to install it for a fair price in my San Diego neighborhood. Some shops I contacted wouldn't even consider the work. One that did quoted me $150 to install the product. For what should be about an hour of labor, the installation price is quite high. A shop listed as an official installer on the Cat Shield website, wanted to charge me $200! A Toyota dealership was listed on the Cat Shield website as an official installer, but when I called, they stated they weren't. I ended up going with the $150 install, as it was close to my house and overall has a good reputation. They wouldn't warranty the install, since I supplied the part. It may be better to work with a shop that will order the product for you, so the labor is warrantied. So, unless you have the time, skills and tools to install yourself, you may want to identify a shop that will install before purchasing.