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Old 11-05-2003, 04:27 PM   #11
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How long ago did this come out. Maybe it hasnt hit the midwest area yet.
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I've been using it for about 3 or 4 years now.

http://www.stengelbros.com/catalog/rs6-12_1756257.htm

Never mess with rain-x again. This stuff goes on in the wet. Spray it on, wipers do the rest.
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u said the wipers go to far mine do that 2 the driver side one goes all the way off the windshield and hits the rubber around the windshield i haven't really looked for a adjustment cuase of my recent motor problems but i need to do something before i rip the blades of them is there adjustments for the wipers on these cars
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What about if you get one size smaller for the drivers side?
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i think they are stock but i dont know but still it shouldn't go that far
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u said the wipers go to far mine do that 2 the driver side one goes all the way off the windshield and hits the rubber around the windshield i haven't really looked for a adjustment cuase of my recent motor problems but i need to do something before i rip the blades of them is there adjustments for the wipers on these cars
Make sure you have the right size to begin with. When they're 'retracted' do they sit where they're supposed to?
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