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What is everyone using for wiper blades? I use to use bosch icons but then switched to trico neoforms (frameless beam style) mainly due to money but also performance and quietness. What is working for other people? What do you like? What hasn't been working? Submit your reviews!!
 

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I have been using these Michelin wiper blades for a year now they have been great. I wanted something I could use all year long they are a little expensive but worth it IMO

I have never had good luck with Anco blades.
 

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I have been using these Michelin wiper blades for a year now they have been great. I wanted something I could use all year long they are a little expensive but worth it IMO

I have never had good luck with Anco blades.[/QUOTE]

X2! Costco sells these for like, $8 each around these parts, IIRC. Love these.
 

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Using Bosch Icons, bought a pair of Rain-X Latitudes at the same time for the other car to see which lasts longest. Love them both so far.
 

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Using Bosch Icons, bought a pair of Rain-X Latitudes at the same time for the other car to see which lasts longest. Love them both so far.
im using the rain x latitudes right now. they seem to be pretty good
 

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i been using trico exactfit since the car was new. I really have no choice. the exact fit arm and blade fit the car and the washer nozzle. Other arms give me trouble with the nozzle attachment
 

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i been using trico exactfit since the car was new. I really have no choice. the exact fit arm and blade fit the car and the washer nozzle. Other arms give me trouble with the nozzle attachment
Could you please post pictures of what you mean by that. the nozzles should attach to the arms the blades should not affect them at all.
 

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I have been using the PIAA super sporza wipers on the trep since 2004. They are just the sporza wipers with a little wing added on. They were totally awesome. I never really needed to use the wipers unless it really got raining hard. That's because they rub the silicone into the pores of the glass or whatnot. 2 or so years after that they were still working great, but I was going to Carlisle and decided to put new ones on. I have had those on the trep since(4 years or so). The silicone beading action has gone away, but the wipers still do a bang up job of clearing the rain off. The fingers are rusty now, so I am also currently looking at replacements.
 
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