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#1 Old 10-03-2011, 05:55 PM
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Question What are the best replacement wiper blades for our vehicles?

I need new wiper blades, any suggestions?

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Expense but worth it.

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I haven't had very good luck with frameless wipers. I've tried two different brands (Rain-X and Bosch I think) and they both left streaks. It's a shame because they look really cool, but they don't seem to function that great, so I'll be going back to traditional framed windshield wipers next time.

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Expense but worth it.
Those things fall apart. We used to sell em at my old shop.
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I have had my car for 5 yrs, only been thru 3 sets of wipers. 1 set from the factory, the other 2 being the rain-x brand. I had the car for just over 3yrs in Tacoma, Washington where I saw plenty of rain and never once had an issue. Idk maybe I was lucky or something. But I run the rain-x on both my subies and as long as I keep the windshield and the blades clean they work great.

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It doesn't matter, they all suck.

I'm having to buy 2 sets every yr. I think the manufacturers are giving us the big one either way.

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It doesn't matter, they all suck.

I'm having to buy 2 sets every yr. I think the manufacturers are giving us the big one either way.
100% Agree.

Spend less, replace more often.

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I've had no luck with the expensive blades, I'm with Mosc on just buying the cheap one and replacing them more often.

so stock its not even funny...just kinda sad :(
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I agree^^^. What ever is on sale and replace as needed.

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cheaper the better. i've had cheapies last longer than the expensive ones.
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