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Any hatch guys do a rear wiper delete?

Anyone here done this yet? I know it's pretty easy to do. Remove motor/drive shaft assembly, and plug resultant hole with grommet that lays flush with glass (for appearance purposes).

I will probably do this, although might regret it when the snow hits.

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Anyone here done this yet? I know it's pretty easy to do. Remove motor/drive shaft assembly, and plug resultant hole with grommet that lays flush with glass (for appearance purposes).

I will probably do this, although might regret it when the snow hits.
thought about it, but then decided against it when i realized how much dust and grime builds up on the window back there lol
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thought about it, but then decided against it when i realized how much dust and grime builds up on the window back there lol
This is one reason I wish I had a hatch my window is brown from dust
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Im doing it soon unless Seibon decides to make a Carbon Fiber hatch
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thought about it, but then decided against it when i realized how much dust and grime builds up on the window back there lol
See i don't care about things like that. I believe in sort of the old school way of taking care of cars, they are high maintenance and i like that. Not a big effort to just wash the window manually.

Most people think of vehicles nowadays as appliances, they never open the hood, never wash them, never do anything on them until it breaks.
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See i don't care about things like that. I believe in sort of the old school way of taking care of cars, they are high maintenance and i like that. Not a big effort to just wash the window manually.

Most people think of vehicles nowadays as appliances, they never open the hood, never wash them, never do anything on them until it breaks.
believe me, i am the same way...i just dont like the idea of hacking OEM equipment off of any car, modifying the original equipment yes, taking it out completely, no

edit: scratch that BS above, now that i think about it and how good it looks on a honda fit, i may just do it at some point in the future, but then i would have a useless toggle switch on my steering wheel stock lol

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It's a completely reversible mod, like 4 bolts and a connector, including the wiper arm bolt.
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It's a completely reversible mod, like 4 bolts and a connector, including the wiper arm bolt.
thinking back on it though, having that wiper there helped alot a few weeks back when i was travelling and went through a severe downpour, one where i could barely see out the back window and in that instance the rear wiper came in handy
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