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It looks like one long wiper blade as opposed to two in this video. Anyone disagree?
If this is true that is terrible. I should be able to replace a wiper in 5 minutes. I should not have to special order it.
 


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It looks like one long wiper blade as opposed to two in this video. Anyone disagree?
I think I might have to see if I can buy a spare LAWB (Long Ass Wiper Blade) at the delivery center when I pick up my CT!
 

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Why would I do that? The car has no spark plugs. It does however have a windshield wiper that will need replacing at some point.
you will need to order blinker fluid anyways, just order them together😉
 

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Why would I do that? The car has no spark plugs. It does however have a windshield wiper that will need replacing at some point.
Have you checked out the "Tesla" aisle at Autozone? They have washer fluid, fuzzy dice, and those little tree fresheners. But that's about it. 🤷‍♂️

Even for my mundane cars, I buy online at wipers123.com.
 

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If this is true that is terrible. I should be able to replace a wiper in 5 minutes. I should not have to special order it.
I special order blades for my Mercedes because typical auto store blades are designed to use various interface adapters to work with different arm designs; they never work as well as OEM design parts. I keep a set on hand and reorder when I use the on hand set. “Special ordering” is easier and takes less time than driving a mile to my local Autozone.
 


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I can't say I've ever changed the wipers on a Mercedes, but the OEM vs the blades I can buy at O'Reilly's, AutoZone, etc seem to work just as well on every vehicle I have used.
 

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I can't say I've ever changed the wipers on a Mercedes, but the OEM vs the blades I can buy at O'Reilly's, AutoZone, etc seem to work just as well on every vehicle I have used.
Yep, that's where I buy the blades for my Yukon, too.

Maybe after a few years of production and a million Cybertrucks on the road, we'll be able to find OEM-style BAW blades at NAPA!
 

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single blade

- jow
 

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I have had the original wipers on my M3 for 5 years. Not one streak shows when needed, still great. They sure know how to make/source them haha. I haven’t had to change ANYTHING on my M3, not brakes, never had to refill wiper fluid either. It’s crazy. 100,000 miles. Actually, Only the stock tires, which lasted me 80k miles. I live in SoCal, so mostly highway and no crazy weather.
 


 


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