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Old 03-10-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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windshield wipers

I have a 2009 sportscoach legend...need to replace the wiper blades, what came w/ the unit,...AAHX 818, by a "french co.,....wiper-blade-refills.com,....but cannot get thru to them,.....my size is 36'.
does anyone know anything about them?, or where I can get replacements?
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Old 03-10-2013, 09:06 PM   #2
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Jim,

Sorry I can't help with locating your original wiper blades but I believe it was FMCA that had an article in their magazine about wiper blades. A lot of people have replaced their original blades with 28" blades that are more readily available.

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I replaced blades on my 2007 crosscountry, dealer ordered cost approx $80.00.
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I replaced the original 32" blades on my MH with 28"s. The windshield area that the new ones do not cover was useless anyway, and with the smaller blades they run a lot smoother. No jerkiness or sticking whatsoever.
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I replaced the original 32" blades on my MH with 28"s. The windshield area that the new ones do not cover was useless anyway, and with the smaller blades they run a lot smoother. No jerkiness or sticking whatsoever.
not to mention you can get them at Wally world on sale. Paid $18.00 for 28" Rain X . Work great !!
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not to mention you can get them at Wally world on sale. Paid $18.00 for 28" Rain X . Work great !!
Yep, them's the ones. I had to pay $19.99 at Advanced Auto, but it was an emergency purchase.
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You might be able to find larger ones at truck stops but changing out to a size that's more readily available is what most people do.
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