I use Silblades. www.sspinc.com The first set I had lasted 4 years,
till I sold the truck. Still have one in use, on another vehicle.
Have a set on my new truck, hoping this set lasts just as long.
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 12:48:24 -0500, email@example.com (bobby swift)
It's happened to me too...with the original equipment blades. After
1.5 years, the edge looks like a crosscut saw and I can't see worth a
damn. The replacement ones are still soft after a year. Whatever
they used for the OEM was terrible.
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 19:36:05 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill) wrote:
Heh, 18 months is pretty good for regular rubber wiper blades. I
think I've had them streaking and had to replace them in 10-12 months.
I've had a set of silicone blades last 4+ years, so 18 months is
nothing. I'm on my second set of these, and I only had to buy a
second set because my new truck takes a different length than my old
I think I'll just wrap these in tape to keep from scratching my
winshield,since I just got inspection.I'll buy some new ones for next
inspection'I'll just take them off and keep them in the fridge,and put
the old ones back on.Every time I go to the parts stores the trash cans
at the doors are full and have wiper blades hanging out the tops.Some
times you'll see 3or 4 men outside especially when weather is
bad,replacing wiper blades.Have A Good Day! Bobby
You notice that too huh? Nothing but crap out there these days. The worst
thing I ever did was replace my factory blades (based on years of service,
not that they had stopped working good).
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