Can anyone tell me the best place to obtain wiper blades for a Rapido motorhome on a Fiat Ducato Chassis please?
I see you have an A Class. Has the windscreen suffered a line of marks down the left hand side where the wiper goes vertical and the metal bits that grip the blade touch the glass as the wiper goes a little past the curve of the screen, mine did so I got three Trico Beam Blades from my local factors which have no metal bits.
I am delighted with them, they also are less prone to 'lift' in strong headwinds or cross winds.
My son got a couple for his car on Ebay for one third the price which also seem to be good.
ps. A friend with a Hymer A Class also chose beam blades for the same reason
I have tried the cheapies and they fell off in heavy rain in Holland
Fortunate to find a Dutch Halfords and bought Bosch wipers, cost 28 e
Cheap is not always best in this case
Whatever you fit, test them first before going onto the open road.
Many years ago I had both of my wipers flick over the central reservation on their second sweep in/on my Fiat 500. Wouldn't have been so bad if I hadn't been overtaking lorries in the outside lane when a sudden thunderstorm opened up.
The underwear got tested a lot in those days and windscreen received two nice arcs engraved in it.
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We drove our Winnebago RV from Normandy to the Spanish border in a rain storm and never used the wipers once after applying Rain-Ex to the screen. It was only after following some trucks we were getting covered in muck and once we used the wipers the Rain-Ex was not effective.
So we always carried a bottle of Rain-Ex just in case.
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