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Thread: Internal 55 windshield wiper motor other than Raingear

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    Registered Member 55 Rescue Dog's Avatar
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    Or just do what I do. Always avoid the rain, and just in case, use Rain-X. No wipers needed, just non-moving blades on the windshield and nobody cares. Drove 300 miles once in driving a driving rain at night, and never needed wipers. Airplanes don't need them either.
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    If RainX is so good, why do windshield wipers even exist?

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    If your wipers don't work, then most likely your defroster doesn't either... and driving without wipers or defroster at night in a rain surely is a pain...

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    You need defrosters all year round in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfrankie View Post
    Turns out, where I choose to mount the clutch master is directly in front of the RG wiper motor. I've also looked at the SPW unit and it looks like a winner. Gets good reviews and easy to install comments. SPW looks like my answer.
    So do you have a "home-brew" hydraulic clutch setup? I thought you used the Eckler's kit which says it won't work on a 57 only. The SPW setup does look like a decent choice.
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