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Old 07-11-2012, 03:06 PM
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New wipers but not the standard factory fit or the Bosch/Valeo/Halfords retro fit aero types these are OEM aero blades from Honda/NWB

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Look lovely, where did you get them from?
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I changed them on my Datsun, now they no longer smear but they do squeak
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I need these on my helmet. shit weather, selling my bike to get another as i've given up trying to get it used
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Look lovely, where did you get them from?
mail order from Rowes Honda (they happen to have an online store and had them in stock but any dealer would get these in a day)

LH WIPER BLADE (CRZ 2011-2012) (76630SZTE01)
LH WIPER BLADE (INSIGHT 2010-2012) (76630TM8003)
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Just to say thanks for this - saw this and ordered a pair. Arrived 2 working days and once fitted the difference between a 20 quid pair of cheap aero blades and these at £10 more delivered is night and day. No flex, no wobbling, neat and compact and they just look so much better on the arms.



Ingenious flush catch.

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Oh I like that!
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Just to say thanks for this - saw this and ordered a pair. Arrived 2 working days and once fitted the difference between a 20 quid pair of cheap aero blades and these at £10 more delivered is night and day. No flex, no wobbling, neat and compact and they just look so much better on the arms.


I'm no expert in wiper technology and I've not tried any other brands, comparing them to the tired originals is pointless but I'm very happy with how they work in the rain. Im not going to gush on about them but they were excellent in a heavy downpouring on the M1 a couple of weeks back.
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It's how they look when parked that i care more about - those cheap chunky aero things might work well but they ruin the look of the car - these are completely unobtrusive.
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Originally Posted by NineBolts View Post
Originally Posted by Al_G' timestamp='1342051854' post='21852660
Look lovely, where did you get them from?
mail order from Rowes Honda (they happen to have an online store and had them in stock but any dealer would get these in a day)

LH WIPER BLADE (CRZ 2011-2012) (76630SZTE01)
LH WIPER BLADE (INSIGHT 2010-2012) (76630TM8003)
Does LH stand for left hand? I think I understand that these are two blades for two different HONDAs that when put together will fit the S2000 ?
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