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Old 03-01-2011, 05:31 PM   #1
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Windshield Wiper Pivot Arm Link - Broken

Can anyone lend a hand with this? I'm sure I'm not the first one with this problem. I broke a Dyna windshield wiper pivot arm link. Where can this piece be purchased (without buying the entire wiper assembly)? This is off a 2000 Ford Class A.

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Can anyone lend a hand with this? I'm sure I'm not the first one with this problem. I broke a Dyna windshield wiper pivot arm link. Where can this piece be purchased (without buying the entire wiper assembly)? This is off a 2000 Ford Class A.

if you cannot find the pivot arm, is there enough room to install doubler on top or bottom or both?
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Good luck. I've been trying to find a new windshield wiper arm "made by Dyna" to no avail. Apparently they are out of business, at least regarding their windshield wipers. You might try these guys, they might be able to help: AM Equipment | Manufacturer of Windshield Wiper Systems and Fractional Horsepower Motors | Wiper Motors, Window Lift Motors, Gearhead Motors | Fans and Motor Controls
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Good luck. I've been trying to find a new windshield wiper arm "made by Dyna" to no avail. Apparently they are out of business, at least regarding their windshield wipers. You might try these guys, they might be able to help: AM Equipment | Manufacturer of Windshield Wiper Systems and Fractional Horsepower Motors | Wiper Motors, Window Lift Motors, Gearhead Motors | Fans and Motor Controls
I tryed these guys. Never heard back.
It probably would've been quicker for me to make a mold and cast a piece than trying to find one to buy.
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A machine shop should be able to make one easily. Give them both parts and you should be ready to go. I could make one in my shop if I were home.
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