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Old 05-22-2015, 10:13 PM   #1
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Wiper Replacement Advice

My 2011 Berkshire 390QS needs new 32" wiper blades. This is the first time around for me.

Any advice out there on type, brand and best source?
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Old 05-22-2015, 11:06 PM   #2
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Based on other forums I have been reading, most are down sizing to the 28" wipers. Price for a pair around $20 vs $90 for the 32". Just an idea.
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Old 05-24-2015, 12:56 PM   #3
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about $40 ea on the internet, local RV dealership the same. the ones in CW will not work even though they are the right length the mounts are different.
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about $40 ea on the internet, local RV dealership the same. the ones in CW will not work even though they are the right length the mounts are different.
That was my problem. I tried to use blades from Autozone that were a little shorter, but the mount on the blade was too narrow. I'm going to order some online and I will report back.
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Old 05-28-2015, 10:52 AM   #5
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I buy mine at CW. The have a guide to tell you what size your MH uses. If they don't have the size you need ask them the last time I bought one they had them in the back.
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Excellent. Thanks!
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note that the 67-324 is what you want 2009 and up. If you have a 67-321 in hand, you will never know from the packaging it ain't gonna work. Guess how I know???

Saw another thread somewhere about someone changing their wiper arms to accept a stock 28" blade. I'm considering it.




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If your arms are "J" hook type Wally World has a brand (28") that are for wide hooks with adapters for narrow hooks. I think about 8 bucks a copy.
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If your arms are "J" hook type Wally World has a brand (28") that are for wide hooks with adapters for narrow hooks. I think about 8 bucks a copy.
That's what I have no issues.
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