Reviewed By Daniel E (SUWANEE, GA) Reviewed for a 2008 Infiniti G35 —5/21/2015 7:05 AM
These blades are a bit pricey, but are so much better that the OEM blades.
Reviewed By Nick M (Union, KY) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —5/7/2015 5:56 AM
GOT THESE BLADES A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO. INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS WERE OK, NOT GREAT,AND THEY HAVE BEEN THROUGH ONE RAINSTORM SO FAR...AND THEY WORKED GREAT! THE WINDSHIELD PREP IS IMPORTANT AND HELPS THE BLADE PERFORMANCE. TIME WILL TELL BUT, SO FAR SO GOOD.
Reviewed By Kyle D (North Royalton, OH) Reviewed for a 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis —2/19/2015 7:58 PM
To install I had to buy a set of vacuum hose adapters since my vehicle had 1/4" tubing ($4 for the parts). I used two huge worm screw hose clamps to mount the bracket to my power brake booster, it works out well. Installation was easy once I figured out where to place the unit. In cold weather below 20F my wiper fluid will freeze to the windshield until the defroster warms the windshield, and I use high quality -20F fluid, wasn't expecting that.
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