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Old 29th June 2009, 14:40   #196
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Thanks Toiingg,

Asked for the adapter. It's a perfect fit.
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Old 30th June 2009, 01:39   #197
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i got a pair for my corollla . excellent wipe but squeaks a lot.
how do i cure the irritating squeak
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Old 30th June 2009, 01:44   #198
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Hi,

I bought them for 278 bucks a pair for my swift from a wholesaler - now he messed up the install - so one wiper is loosely fit. Can anyone guide me to a schematic/diagram on how to fix the darn thing/ The lock seems to be loose in my case!!
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Old 30th June 2009, 07:07   #199
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There is a pictorial at the back of each pack. But if the clip is lose I reckon you ask for a replacement.
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wat is the difference in bosch aero twins and regular bosch wipers...

regulars are for 340/- mrp for swift
aero twins for 1850/- mrp for swift

are aero twins worth that kind of money

If somebody can write a review if used both the products it would be very helpful to all the bhpians
Frankly speaking, having tried both on my Ford fusion, I felt no difference whatsoever after one month of use. Later on the aero was as bad as any wiper and I replaced it with normal Bosch wipers. It is better to buy normal bosch ones and replace it every 3 months.
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Old 30th June 2009, 13:14   #201
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About 2 months back I changed my Scorpio's front & rear wipers with the regular Bosch ones. Excellant performance and clean windscreen..
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Hi , i need to get my Optra royale 1.6 LT replaced. Cant see optras in the list. Can pl suggest which one will be compatible and approx price in Mumbai

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Replaced Syndicate with Bosch wipers for Alto.

Cost : Rs.340.

The results are evident.
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Old 3rd July 2009, 21:20   #204
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Hi , i need to get my Optra royale 1.6 LT replaced. Cant see optras in the list. Can pl suggest which one will be compatible and approx price in Mumbai
You'll Need 21"/19" blades (Part No. 3397010053) Should be around Rs.350/-
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Where is the place in Bombay to buy these?
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Old 3rd July 2009, 22:53   #206
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can i get the shop from where i can get the BOSCH wipers in delhi/gurgaon for santro car
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can i get the shop from where i can get the BOSCH wipers in delhi/gurgaon for santro car
There is one Jag Mag Mahajan Automobiles in Lajpat Nagar-2. I got Bosch wipers for Santro from here.

Note: There is one Mahajan in Lajpat Nagar-1, quite famous but does not stock Bosch wipers.
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Where is the place in Bombay to buy these?

You can get these wipers at most of the shops at milan sub way, sion koliwada. Or a shop next to Dukes factory at deonar.
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Old 4th July 2009, 21:45   #209
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Got my Swift a new set of Bosch wipers to replace the stock ones. The stock ones were not cleaning the glass properly, and always left a thin film of water on the glass.
Tested the new ones with the windshield washer, and they cleaned quite thoroughly and silently! Their performance in rain has yet to be seen, will update accordingly!
Got them for 320 bucks from an accessory shop on Sarjapur Road, just before Wipro.
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Wanted to try Bosch. But my Quadrajet's wipers are very good.
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