deals2 valeo gen2 wiper blades bogo for $15.00 + free…

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They're ALWAYS out of 26" blades! Aaugh!

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I've yet to find a blade better than the dealer/manufacturer blades. I've tried everything. I won't ever use anything but Toyota blades on my Corolla.

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So-so reviews leading me to probably not follow through, decent deal if you know they work for your application, though.

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Living in hot, steamy (in the Summer, of course) East Texas, no wiper blades last very long. $15 for a set is pretty good. In for one set.

Thanks for the tip!

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I need some winter blades. I would try these out, but unfortunately, new cars have stupid sized blades and my Hyundai has 28"/14" combo. They have the 28", but no 14". I realize it doesn't matter, but the OCD in me requires matching sets.

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@retom7: In many vehicles, you can usually go up an inch or two in size on either blade.

Check your 14" blade path. If you have at least half an inch clearance on either side of the blade, you can safely install a wiper at least an inch larger.

My Envoy calls for a 22" and a 16" blade. I currently have a 22" and an 18" installed with no side effect at all, other than 2" of increased coverage on my windshield, now.

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No matter which length of blades you choose, they end up being $15.
In for a pair to give them a shot. Time to replace the same set of blades I've been using for the past more-years-than-I-can-remember, haha.

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@umpopa: I know what you mean. It seems like no matter how much I spend on "good" blades, they're shot by the next winter. I usually just go with the cheapest ones I can find now.