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    Windshield wiper blades?

    Searched this board but no hits. Are the wiper blades common ones that can be found in any auto parts store? It looks generic but I’d like verify with you guys.
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    Yes...I replaced mine with some Michelin ones bought at Walmart.
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    Thanks Kenny.
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    Has anyone tried the heated wiper blades?
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    I used Bosh Wipers on mine. I had a cheap one it did not conform well and missed some of the windshield. Just find one long or short enough and has the right end or adapter (most do) to put it on your arm. I keep a spare in the packaging so I don't have to guess again. The heat would be nice for stopping them sticking. I have orange washer fluid in my sprayer I just hit it if is icy. Plus I keep a rag handy if needed under my roof in a compartment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John R View Post
    Has anyone tried the heated wiper blades?
    I haven't needed them...yet anyway. With the two front vent pointed at the windshield it stays perfectly clear. Should if fog up some-you can always turn the AC on just like your vehicles do when in defrost mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I haven't needed them...yet anyway. With the two front vent pointed at the windshield it stays perfectly clear. Should if fog up some-you can always turn the AC on just like your vehicles do when in defrost mode.
    My Cab does not fog up once the engine is warm. I have wiped condensation off a few times but that is it. I check my wiper in the winter to break it from any ice first. Wipers keep the outside clean when raining or wet snow fall on it.

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