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Old 11-12-2010, 05:05 PM   #1
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Question replacement wiper blades for buick?

What is everyone using for replacement wiper blades? Last time I switched from icons to trico neoform beam blades and love them but would like to see what some other people say. What do you like? What doesn't work? Submit your wiper blade reviews!!

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me personally i just use the chepest ones i can get..your supposed to replace wiper blades every 6 months any way so why buy super expensive ones when ive found the cheap ones work just as well..but im cheap so ha
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I've used a variety of blades and really haven't noticed a difference. I've tried Bosch Icons, the RainX brand blades, and a couple of others and they all act the same. I pick them up from the local Menards because they're $3-$4 each there instead of $10-$15 each at the auto store.
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me personally i just use the chepest ones i can get..your supposed to replace wiper blades every 6 months any way so why buy super expensive ones when ive found the cheap ones work just as well..but im cheap so ha
X2. I've spend some change on blades and found the best deal is to go cheap and replace in the spring. Winter eats them all, redardless of price.
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Thumbs up good deal

I actually decided over the weekend to stick with the neoforms on both vehicles since they're on rebate right now. $15.88 x 4 = $63.52 + free shipping - $30 mail-in rebates = $33.52 or $8.38 per wiper for top-of-the-line. Not too shabby.
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