and took them for a test drive :smile5:
oh, good deal man!Got them replaced at the Valvoline instant Oil change $29.99
the bigger blade was $20.99 Provalvoline blade, and the smaller blade was $10.00 dollars called clearplus.
One had to be replaced today (at no charge) because the big one came off,
it was improperly installed or was a bad blade, probably a bad one because it started making a flapping noise and then broke off.
I was just cleaning my windshield and poooof!!
Good thing it didn't happen while driving on the hwy during a big storm with winds up
40MPH. (that's what we got yesterday morning)
HAHA and that would be my luck!haha man that would have sucked if it had broke during a big storm!
Kool,As a handy hint, next time you wash your car, pull out the old tin of polish and give her a quick coat (the windshield)
Your rubbers last longer and the rain beads off just nicely.
If you're keen, you can get some fantastic glass polishes as well, but they are much like car polish themselves.
(NB: DO NOT use cut and polish! Just normal polish!)
I think sounds okay too. I was pointing at the dash to hear any noise, but its best to do it when there's no traffic. 55MPH highway no traffic, pretty safeSounds ok. Ill have to try mine out one day.
uhmm. no I do not have snow tires installed, we do get a lot of cold temperatures but doesn't snow that much. but when it snows, the clouds keep the temperature in the mid 30F so the snow doesn't stick for too long.Sounds good here.
No snow tire hum?
Wife and I thinking of driving V to Nashville for holiday.
We're both musicians, so there must be lots to see and do there!
Thx. Good to know! Not much for country music, but if it's a live band, I'll listen to anything.uhmm. no I do not have snow tires installed, we do get a lot of cold temperatures but doesn't snow that much. but when it snows, the clouds keep the temperature in the mid 30F so the snow doesn't stick for too long.
then when the sky clears again, the temperature drops in the 10s
Not too familiar with Nashville but people in Tennessee listen to a lot of country music and there are a lot of Elvis Presley fans especially in Gatlinburg, TN
Elvis and his parents moved to Memphis, Tennessee, in 1948
oh yeah, forgot about the ice, we do get ice and black ice on the road and sometimes a few fridges freeze overnight.Thx. Good to know! Not much for country music, but if it's a live band, I'll listen to anything.
JK on snow tires:biggrinjester: Had relative in west end of S Carolina. Would occasionally get freezing rain. End of street to main road was uphill with ice so everyone stayed home. Snow won't slow me down much, but ice?...Snuggle up to generator!:doh: