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wipers
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current wipers are cheap and shitty even though there not cheap, what brand wipers are good?

know its abit of a boring one but there headwrecking
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#2
I have Bosch on currently, they are very good, too good sometime, If the van gets to 90 (ahem Tongue) the wipers stick to the screen too good and go very slow , I have to slow down for them to return to park.

Stick to 70 and they are ok, been on about 2 years now.
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#3
sounds good ill get some of them

theses ones are only about 2 months old and already are clearing water properly
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(25-05-2011, 08:50 PM)corkgsxr Wrote:  current wipers are cheap and shitty even though there not cheap, what brand wipers are good?

know its abit of a boring one but there headwrecking

I have Bosch like steve v & find them the best.I dont get any problems at speed but I use Rainex as well.
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#5
Are these flat areo-wiper thingys any good? They look pretty flash imo, but do they wipe better?
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#6
Cheapo option - Wilkinsons £1.99 each.

They work fine. That's what's on mine and no streaking or squeaking. What more do you need!
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#7
Try cleaning blades with meths & clean rag & clean windscreen with automotive glass cleaner. You might find you don't need new wipers.
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#8
I nano treated my windscreen so I turn the wipers off over 70 km/h
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#9
i bosched the f**k out of my van.

bosch wipers and new headlights.

its immediately apparent how much better the bosch blades are.

where the cheap ones half clear on the upward and finish the job on the way down. the bosch ones properly clear both ways
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