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Old 12-13-2011, 02:07 PM   #1
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early bounder windshield washer nozzles

My 87 bounder, P30 chassis, uses a flat nozzle assy that fits on the bolt that secures the wiper blade to the arm. broke one changing wiper blades. anyone know where i might find a replacement?
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I don't have a Bounder, but eBay has almost 700 listings for wiper nozzles. Picture of what they look like would help.

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here are a couple of pics of the nozzle. it attaches to the wiper blade with the same bolt that attaches the blade to the wiper arm.
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We have those on our 1989 Encounter. When they broke (due to old age) we got replacements from Mill Supply. Their webpage is awkward, you'll have to navigate to the wiper parts page. You want item "K". I also bought several feet of the hose (item "G") due to the long lengths we needed.
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We have those on our 1989 Encounter. When they broke (due to old age) we got replacements from Mill Supply. Their webpage is awkward, you'll have to navigate to the wiper parts page. You want item "K". I also bought several feet of the hose (item "G") due to the long lengths we needed.

outstanding! Thank You.
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I bought some universal nozzles from autoZone and installed them on my '88 Itasca. They are in the help section with all the other little misc. parts.
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outstanding! Thank You.
ordered them from Mill supply, but unfortunately they were slightly different. although they were plastic versus the original metal nozzles on my '87 Bounder, the new plastic ones had a very small attachment hole. course, as i tried to drill it out to the 1/4" required, the nozzle broke. think i am getting closer to finding them however. belive they were used on Blue bird buses, and fit sprague/anco universal wet arm wiper systems. also, there is a L and R, which none of the manufactures list. so if I can find one, will have to jury rig it to fit.

will post the results when/if i find a solution.
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I'm surprised. Your photos seem to show the plastic having turned white due to age, like our old ones. Suggest you contact Mill Supply for any other options they may have.
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