- - good wipers???
10-31-2003 05:04 PM
so i need some new wipers but i want decent ones not just cheap replacesments. i was wonderin if any of you have any you recommend. soooooooooooo lemme know any feedback appreciated! man i wish i had heated wipers!
10-31-2003 05:18 PM
the stock focus wipers suck ass... they make so much noise.. i need to clean my window with soft scrub to get all the gunk of it
10-31-2003 05:19 PM
where i am i always get a film on my window from salt...and then when it rains...it just, i dunno, almost mixes, stock wipers wouldn't work for junk, go to www.newedgeperformance.com and order the piaa's, they r 43 bucks...i hadda pay 32 for my bosch pep boy's pos wipers (the salt eats away at them living on the ocean)...def worth the extra few bucks
10-31-2003 06:27 PM
PIAA wipers last longer and grip the windshield better than anything else I've used.
10-31-2003 07:28 PM
yeah i think im gonna get the PIAA ones from tony d. any ideas of what i could put on the blades to keep them from collecting ice?
10-31-2003 07:55 PM
Is there actually something you can put on the blades to prevent that?
10-31-2003 08:03 PM
You need to get that rain beading stuff I forget the name of it but it works good as hell
10-31-2003 08:04 PM
The stock wipers do suck, and they are made by bosch. You can see the bosch logo on them if you look real close. I seem to always have some type of film on my windshield, and the stockers don't touch it. I use "invisable glass" to clean the w/s, it is by far the very best glass cleaner made.
Euro, here in the great white north they sell "Winter Blades" they are heavy duty, and more robust. The whole blade frame is covered in a silica rubber compound, this keeps the snow and ice from building up on the blades. They are butt ugly, but get the job done in the snow and ice.
10-31-2003 08:06 PM
bfocusd that link doesnt work?!?!
10-31-2003 08:27 PM
Originally posted by fast5 bfocusd that link doesnt work?!?!
Which link? The one for my web-site? Yes, I know I have been trying to figure that out. But, if you like, click the little www icon at the bottom of the post frame.