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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraziken View Post
    I use Bosch Icons. They are very good, and are frameless. For the longest time it irritated me that I couldn't just find blade refills. But I guess too many people have a hard time installing the refills. Most of the places around here don't stock them.

    Icons are kind of expensive, but you do find them on sale if you keep an eye out.
    Thanks! I liked the icons too but switched to the neoforms a few years ago and actually think they're slightly better at a slightly lower price. And you're right, if you wait long enough they'll be on sale somewhere. I usually order once a year from wipers123 and get some kind of coupon and free shipping...which I'm doing this week!!
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    Use the rain x windshield wiper fluid and you won't need wiper blades. I found that I do not have to run them in light or moderate rain at highway speeds.
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    Just checked out Wipers123 and was dissapointed that it only offered Trico products. Hardly unbiased opinions about there own products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpeter View Post
    Just checked out Wipers123 and was dissapointed that it only offered Trico products. Hardly unbiased opinions about there own products.
    Thats what this forum is for...gathering opinions! I can tell you I started with rainx latitudes years ago but they were too stiff and had the largest, ugliest and cheesiest attachment ever. Then I spent the big bucks on icons and they were good but expensive. I switched from icons to neoforms about 3 years ago and imo they are slightly better at a lower price. Super quiet, smooth, excellent attachment without any snap on adapters. Yeah...I'm anal retentive!! LOL
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    im with you guys, my preference is the rainX or Bosch icon, but i always keep a set of cheapy blades in my truck in case of heavy mud
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