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Old 03-27-2006, 02:16 PM   #11
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I like it..

While you are there. Can you please measure and determine what the sizing of a removal tool would need to be to do a good job.
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Have you seen that monster in the FSM'*? It'* a joke. Look at your WS wiper blades. If you remove them from the arms, then take out the two reinforcement strips, that'* the perfect tool size and toughness. It bends, but won't kink.
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I remember Pat, Randy and myself holding the seat down in my garage while we tried to get one out.

Made me happy to have the newer version. Those are tough.
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I remember Pat, Randy and myself holding the seat down in my garage while we tried to get one out.

Made me happy to have the newer version. Those are tough.
yes that was interesting....i love the wiper blade trick...we are gonna try it at the NEBF junkyard run
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I always keep my last set of blades in the trunk in case I crap one out in the winter and need a spare. Glad I had 'em for this reason.

My new blades won't work for this any longer. They're nothing but a full spring. No arm even to speak of.
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