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Old 12-06-2013, 09:52 PM   #15
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Thanks every one. I did drive through lots of rain. Was just wonder what every though on the topic. Thanks for all the suggestion and your I wont do ice unless I just have to.
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Are you stuck at home the ice hit me hard I'll call Henderson in a few be safe
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I was coming back to Washington State last spring from Quartzsite. Had just left I5 onto 205 and the skies opened up. Started pooring. Well at about that time my driver side wiper motor quit. Had to pull over till it let up a bit then went to a convenience store and got a bottle of RainX. Was actually able to make it the rest of the way as long as I kept speed up to about 60. Was pretty interesting.
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It's not much warmer in Gulf Shore darn it.
But better than what there getting back in Chalk Hill.
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east texas is fine dfw is froze
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I keep the windshield coated with RainX helps a lot
X2! In fact, were it not illegal, I could drive without wipers in a medium rain. Water beads up immediately, wind blows it away as fast as it beads.
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I was coming back to Washington State last spring from Quartzsite. Had just left I5 onto 205 and the skies opened up. Started pooring. Well at about that time my driver side wiper motor quit. Had to pull over till it let up a bit then went to a convenience store and got a bottle of RainX. Was actually able to make it the rest of the way as long as I kept speed up to about 60. Was pretty interesting.
We only get the RV washed at the Blue Beacon truck. For $5 extra they RainX the whole rig. Keeps it cleaner longer as water and dirt just beads up and blows off in the rain. And you can drive in the rain without wipers, with no problems.
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