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post #1 of 26 Old 02-26-2010, 05:27 AM Thread Starter
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I need to get a new set. Any preferences?

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"Best" is all opinion,and we all know what they say about that!
I've tried lots of sets and found that Rain-x have done the best for me so far-the worst I found were Trico-skipped right out of the box-not cool.
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the bosch 2's.. a lil more then most but are amazing...its what i run on my truck and all of our fd's equipment

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I've been a trico neoform guy for quite a while now but the last time I tried the 'Trico Tech Beam Blades'. I guess they're new and came out in late 2009. They're nice and beefy and they also have a new off-set mounting system that allows the wiper arms to sit ever so slightly lower. They look and work great - so far so good. Easy install. Got them online.



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I like the ones that form to the windshield

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the bosch 2's.. a lil more then most but are amazing...its what i run on my truck and all of our fd's equipment
I have those on my TDI
like fdcapt said, they are a little more pricey than most but they are great wipers
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Honestly I havent replaced mine in 2 years.

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Honestly I havent replaced mine in 2 years.
I usually change mine once a year

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I dunno for some reason they are still good and I dont know why

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I just put a set of Rain X Latitudes on, they were pricey, $19.99 each, but Pep Boys had a mail in buy one get one free coupon. The are soft and conform to the windshield nicely. No skip or chatter. I had severe rain since I installed them as well as a few snow storms, and they have performed well.
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