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Trico Flex All Season Wiper Blade (Various Sizes) EXPIRED

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Nutrend via Newegg has Trico Flex All Season Flexible Beam Bracketless Wind Wiper Blade (Various Sizes) on sale for $6.99. Shipping is free. Thanks arny56 & I2ock

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Available sizes:
  • 16"
  • 18"
  • 19"
  • 20"
  • 21"
  • 22"
  • 24"
  • 26"
  • 28"
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https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1

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Find your wiper size here: Feel free to rep if it helps
http://www.tricoproducts.com/Drivers/FindYourWiperSize
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I replaced my toyota oem wipers with these and here is what I am observing. In Texas heat the longer wiper blade lasted a year before starting to separate from the base. The shorter one is still holding up after 1 year. These are not as silent has the OEM ones were and also these are not completely streak free.

I had good luck with toyota oem wipers over any other brands. Yes they are a bit expensive but they do last 2 years in Dallas heat and cold. Also you can also buy the inserts and they are cheaper than having to replace the entire assembly. I am planning to go back to oem.

For $6 these would be much better than the goodyear, napa and bosch brands.
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any reviews on how these are ? (I live in SF bay area so wondering if these are a good buy for whatever rain is due this year)
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Find your wiper size here: Feel free to rep if it helps
http://www.tricoproducts.com/Drivers/FindYourWiperSize
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Too bad they don't carry 14" blades. Good deal, as some of the cheaper eBay no brand single frame-less blades are about the same price. Trico is pretty well known for making wiper blades.

Also, the blades are sold by Nutrend.com. They are a subsidiary of Newegg that sells automotive accessories. Items will be shipped from City of Industry, so you should know about shipping speed etc.
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These are silent during warm weather but this past week has been super cold with snow and whenever it activates it scares the shit out of me. It's louder than a Ballon pop.
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I replaced my toyota oem wipers with these and here is what I am observing. In Texas heat the longer wiper blade lasted a year before starting to separate from the base. The shorter one is still holding up after 1 year. These are not as silent has the OEM ones were and also these are not completely streak free.

I had good luck with toyota oem wipers over any other brands. Yes they are a bit expensive but they do last 2 years in Dallas heat and cold. Also you can also buy the inserts and they are cheaper than having to replace the entire assembly. I am planning to go back to oem.

For $6 these would be much better than the goodyear, napa and bosch brands.
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Some Walmart's still have the preferred Bosch Icon on clearance (got mine for 7.00)

More details:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10735671-bosch-icon-windshield-wiper-blades-driver-s-side-9-each-free-store-pickup
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Good price compared to Wal-Mart but Ollie's always has tons of random wiper blades for $6 or less, I think the last beam blades I got were $3.
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Thanks, in 4 2 pairs
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I just bought these blades on Amazon for a couple bucks more. Great deal on some nice wipers!
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Would jump but they don't have both sizes I need.
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Why not just buy blades on RockAuto they're always this price or cheaper
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I need 22" and 17". They don't have 17", should I go longer or shorter?
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These are OK if you need a quick fix for your old wipers but don't expect them to last super long. Would be surprised to see if they could last a year or two especially if you don't garage your car often. Also, ignore the eggscore review on the Newegg page as that is straight up a seller review and not the actual product review.

Looks it regularly goes on Amazon for around $10.

Edit: Amazon product link below:

https://www.amazon.com/TRICO-19-1...DJ224?th=1
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