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Posted: 09/26/20 07:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I think I read in the pass on this site, that some people have brought 28" wiper blades at much lower cost than the 32" blades...if this is correct where did you get the blades at?


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Costco always has them at a good price.


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Walmart and Amazon has them too.

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In a pinch...at...an auto parts store.


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Why would anyone want to go with a smaller wiper blade and reduce their visibility just to save a few bucks?
Seems foolish to me...


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Trico Wiper Blades


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IB853347201 wrote:

Why would anyone want to go with a smaller wiper blade and reduce their visibility just to save a few bucks?
Seems foolish to me...

On a 60" windshield measuring from top to bottom 4" is not going to affect an visibility..thanks for asking

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My MH had the large "J" hook on the arm, blades were $45 bucks each. These blades with the large frames would lift off the glass in high winds. So I went to the junk yard and got some arms off a ford pickup. Cut the last 3" off these and the MH arms. Welded the smaller "J" hook to the larger arm. Now I buy frame less blades for $10 at wally world.


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Bosch I think. I bought a pair at O'Reily's 28 inch.Polymer coated to protect from UVetc. $68.00with Mil discount.I hope they are worth it.Bosch also adapters to get rid of the old bolt on wiper assys,finally, and put on j hook easily replaccd whole assy.$19.00 internet.

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I have had a hard time finding wiper blades for my Fleetwood Expedition the head are held on by 2 screws. I ended up buying some refills off ebay but I would really like to get some better blades. The other issue is the washer nozzles are on the wiper arm.


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