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Some Rear Wiper Options

Discussion in '3rd Gen - 2007 - 2017' started by G213, Dec 15, 2018.

  1. Expedfan04

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    Thanks for the info. Next time I need a wiper,I'll use the 17"
     
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    Just did the install. The old wiper arm was a little stuck on the post, but wd-40 and some prayer for it free. 15824980565706751293962501517570.jpg 20200223_164557.jpg
     
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    Yes the arm is on there pretty good. I used a cat claw and wiggled it of. Made a heck of a pop when it finally released.
     
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    I just ordered the Dorman arm a few minutes ago. Looking forward to replacing the worthless factory arm and blade
     
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    Would this work on a 2012?
     
  6. LokiWolf

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    It should. Hopefully one of the older generation 3 guys can Confirm.


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    Just did it on my 2012. Flawless.
     
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    Why do people not like the OEM blade?
    I never had any problems with it.
    Easy to get on & off, works fine, can purchase cheaply.

    I'm not sure what I'm missing.
     
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    Thank you sjwelds!

    MrSticker, the last two OEM blades I’ve bought have not wiped cleanly. They leave an area mid-span that isn’t cleaned. The one on there now just ripped, and I’m looking for a better option. Also, I can’t get a replacement in a store nearby, the dealer is out of the way. I know I can get them shipped, but I’d like a solution that has future, on the shelf, replacement.
     
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    This!


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