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401Celica
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401Celica Dec 28, 7:07pm - #360073 
2003 Solar Yellow Toyota Celica
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which kind of windshield wipers is the best?

My windshield wipers is starting rip. Does any know which brand works the best?

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corruptor
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corruptor Dec 28, 7:11pm - #360074 

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I think the stock ones are the best I've ever used. I'm gonna replace mine with factory Toyotas. I'm even looking to get Toyota replacements for my wife's Altima.
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CRBN BLU Dec 28, 7:55pm - #360075 

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PIAA, period.

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CelicaRacer05 Dec 28, 8:07pm - #360076 

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i like my ammco's they wipe really well and cut through the ice and shit...
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Zero Dec 28, 8:51pm - #360077 

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how about that RainX brand? has anyone ever tried that before? smile

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shox Dec 28, 9:36pm - #360078 

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Saw this on commercial, no hinges so there's no way the wiper can freeze in cold weather. Also, since it's got no hinges, it's curved design help keep contact with the windshield better with very minimal wind resistance. Maybe I should go try it out cause the stock one sucks on highways.
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shox Dec 28, 9:37pm - #360079 

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Heard the Teflon one's aren't bad at all either.
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CelicaRacer05 Dec 29, 12:40am - #360080 

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but i dont think we have canadian tire joints in the states... iv heard they have a lot of good stuff though
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Eman Dec 29, 12:47am - #360081 

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do you want performance gain? if not go with pep boys braind lol

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401Celica Dec 29, 3:49am - #360082 
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I'll try the piaa's.

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Elec-FuYu Dec 29, 3:50am - #360083 
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PIAA... seriously... PIAA

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