Need wiper blades for my wifes ride, 22". I never thought wiper blades could cost $50 a pair! Of course there are the cheaper normal priced ones too. What seems to be the better lasting blades?
X3. They are pricy but last and work great!
Bosch Icon >>$$ Holy *** for 22's. Should of looked on Rock Auto first. $10-12 cheaper per blade for the same number/brand compared to OR.
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It looks like Rainex makes a couple of different ones.
I've had Rain-X blades. They're ok. The heat and southern sunshine destroys them in a couple years. In 2013 I bought my F250 and immediately replaced the wiper blades with Valeo Ultimate. Cheap, and they're still on the truck-and still wipe like they did when I put them on in 2013. Had a set on my old F150 for over 8 years and the only reason I replaced them was because I felt guilty after using the wipers to scrape some thin ice off the window. Mom has a set on her Escape, went on in 2014-still work like new. I'm sold on them BUT you cant' find them in stores that I know of.
Bosch and Rain-X are good but I have been using PIAA silicone on the last few vehicles and must say I'm impressed how well they perform. I got the first set from a friend that ordered the wrong size, I live in michigan and they were on my grand cherokee for 3 years now I have a set on my 2500HD and 2013 Wrangler and love them. Now they just need to make them for the motorhome.
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lots of great suggestions here. I may try the PIAA's. Should be a step up from the Tee Shirt tie wrapped to the wiper arm
Man, wipers used to be something that I would replace at least every year. They were cheap, and probably not as good as they are today. But wow over the past years they really have shot up in price.
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