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Wiper Blades? The best ones?

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Dubsta, Dec 1, 2004.

  1. Dubsta

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    Have you ever had a pair that you were so impressed with? I need a new set, but I want something that is really good...

    Any ideas? Recommend something.
     
  2. John Doe

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    I'll have to find out what kind I bought last just to recommend AGAINST them. I'll look on my car later. They are trash-and-a-half.
     
  3. Dubsta

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    Cool....thanks.

    I wonder what the best ones are for Canadian winters...like...teflon or what?
     
  4. Halapine

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    I baught some wiper blades at crappy tire last year, and i tried those teflon ones (suppose to be good in cold weather) and i loved them! Im buying a new set of them this week.
     
  5. Pirate32

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    My car came with wiper blades that are all rubber. The brackets and the blades are all rubber. They are flawless. VW's rain-sensing system is perfect....On mine anyway
     
  6. Shafft

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    50% of good wipers is a good windshield..

    ratty windshield will eat your wipers.
     
  7. John Doe

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    Glass sealer and glass polish are awesome, rain-x is great too and will help you scrape ice off!
     
  8. slouse

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    How would you know?
     
  9. Tony

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    Thats what I used to use! Crappys best! worked awsome for me!!
     
  10. John Doe

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    Last year I was visiting my family and they didn't park in the garage. :D
     
  11. staticfree

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    use the ones that come with the car. just get new ones.
     
  12. Shafft

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    I use windshield wash with rain-x in it :ccol:
     
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    I have never seen it where do you get it at
     
  14. Boots

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    Teflon Winterblades from Crappy Tire and RainX washer fluid :bowdown:
     
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    I don't even have a windhield washer resevoir :(
     
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    :imwithst:
     
  17. Snide

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    I've never used anything but Bosch wiper blades.

    I love them, by far the best in my opinion.
     

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