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You may want to move the rear camera position once you start using the front snow blower and find how much snow dust the blowers throw around in the air and cause it to land on the front and rear glass. There is a lot of moisture running off the rear wiper blade when its parked between strokes.

Also, when not using the front snow blower, you will find the rear glass is much cleaner and often, the rear window wiper doesn't even need to run. In fact those who use a plow and not a snow blower probably don't need to spend the money for the rear wiper in my opinion because the rear window stays free of most of the moisture the front windshield gets even when using the snow plow. It's surprising......

Also, run the heater blower motor on low all of the time and control the temp with the heat volume knob on the ceiling and it eliminates any inside fogging. When you turn the blower motor on and off, then the inside windows tend to collect moisture much more. Plus, the cab temp is nice and constant with the blower on low and the right heat setting.
 

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You may want to move the rear camera position once you start using the front snow blower and find how much snow dust the blowers throw around in the air and cause it to land on the front and rear glass. There is a lot of moisture running off the rear wiper blade when its parked between strokes.

Also, when not using the front snow blower, you will find the rear glass is much cleaner and often, the rear window wiper doesn't even need to run. In fact those who use a plow and not a snow blower probably don't need to spend the money for the rear wiper in my opinion because the rear window stays free of most of the moisture the front windshield gets even when using the snow plow. It's surprising......

Also, run the heater blower motor on low all of the time and control the temp with the heat volume knob on the ceiling and it eliminates any inside fogging. When you turn the blower motor on and off, then the inside windows tend to collect moisture much more. Plus, the cab temp is nice and constant with the blower on low and the right heat setting.
Nice looking forward to the snow! Not something I usually say🤣
 

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Nice! Especially like the tunes your jamming to. 😎 🤘
 
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