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Old 09-23-2015, 01:48 PM
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Originally Posted by s3swiss
hmmm - ordered a set of the Honda ones (from Si at Hendy). The driver's one seems ok (16.5 inch or 42cm) - part No 76630-TM8-013. The passenger one however is a whopping 25.5inch or 65cm !!!! - not surprisingly - it doesn't fit (overlaps the edge of the screen) - the part No is 76620-SZT-E01 Ninebolts said: "S2000 OEM sizes are driver 16" and passenger 20". The blades I've listed are 17" and 20", the extra inch on the drivers side is nothing to worry about, lots of people fit 18" or longer on the driver side." Anyone any idea where I've gone wrong? I'll PM Si as well but thought I'd ask the gurus on here as well
One of your part numbers is wrong.
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Old 09-24-2015, 09:03 AM
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yup - Si has spotted that I've been sent a '76620-SZT-E01' instead of the desired '76630-SZT-E01'. He is sorting it out for me. They are a nice bit of kit - as others have said. Much better than the '80s' style original ones!
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I've been sent 76630 szr e02 - is this just a new version of the e01???
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Old 04-26-2016, 12:57 PM
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Just ordered a set of these from the local Honda Dealer. The latest part numbers are now:
Prices were £10.22 + VAT for either one - £12.26 incl VAT
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Spotted this thread just before i replaced my wipers and thought i'd give it a quick bump as it's a neat improvement on the standard fitment IMHO.
Regarding the 76630-SZT-E02 part number, i found it a little difficult to nail and concluded it should be 76630-SZT-E01 which i ordered. When the part arrived it had 76630-SZT-E02 on the packaging, so i guess they are interchangeable/identical in case anyone's confused. 18% discount at Cox motor parts at the moment.
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Old 05-16-2018, 09:02 AM
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I am still on the same set of these and on the same car - outstanding value for money.
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Old 05-16-2018, 09:17 AM
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Old 05-21-2018, 04:35 AM
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Nothing wrong with the wipers that came on the car. Just replace the rubber inserts with OEM ones when needed.
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