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Old 04-25-2008, 12:57 AM   #21
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So, I went hunting around town today for some of these, and couldn't find them any where...??? Oh well. I still needed to new wipers, so I picked up a set of the Bosch Icon'* at Advance. The Advance here was having a wiper sale, so that was convenient. I talked to the the guy working there and he said he has a set of the Icon'* on his truck and loves them. They had some other bracketless designed wipers and all were in the same price range. I tried the Bosch ones since the guy I talked to already had experience with them.

I haven't got to use them yet, but they look nice enough just sitting there.... lol
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IIRC the Valeo'* are OEM on my 'dub. Fronts are getting worn after 28k, rear one seems fine.

Work great though.
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I have the Anco blades as well, they work perfect at highway speeds while down pouring. I have not driven fast enough to lift the wipers away from the windshield yet.
I have.........and they don't lift at the speeds most are limited to here (or a bit above).
I am suffering from boost envy
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Yesterday I got to try them out in the snow we got here. We got about 2-3 inches of really wet stuff, and the wipers worked great. Best ones I've ever owned (so far - knock on wood). Nice clean and even wipe with no streaks. The real test is seeing how long they last that way.
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