Wiper blades!

Discussion in '1960-1966' started by Basketball12078, May 15, 2015.

  1. Basketball12078

    Basketball12078 Member

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    Anyone replaced there old wiper blade arms for modern "j hook" style??? What kind will fit right in???? I've looked everywhere!!!! Thanks for any info!!!!!
     
  2. Mufdver8

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    Wiper arms

    Not sure what j hook is...I have 65 camper.. Recently purchased some new wiper blades...no idea how to take the old off.
     
  3. vwnate1

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    Removing Wiper Arms

    There's often a very small little hook lip thing you have to slide back and hold as you *gently* lift the arm off the round splined hub , straight up and off ~ any side load can easily brake the wiper shaft .
     
  4. ...3randon

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    Lmctrucks.com has a lot of stuff you can order for your truck.
     
  5. Lakeroadster

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    Stay away from LMC... (I truly hate LMC...) come on 3randon... you're on the "Classic Parts of America" forum....

    Looking locally, go to your FLAPS, I prefer NAPA, and ask them about these:
    • Trico Arm P/N 51-250,
    • Trico Silver Blade P/N 33-150,
    • Trico Refill P/N 46-150

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    John
     
  6. ...3randon

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    I have never heard of the sites you have listed. I'll check them out. I appreciate the heads up, as I am new to this stuff. Thanks
     
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  7. jerrys1966

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    I have done this using the original wiper arm. you can get all the parts at wal-mart , and very cheap. I to was looking for new style. call me. I can help. jerry 208-949-0571
     
  8. ironman3452

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    yep, look around the part that is on the handle, there should be a small tab, pressing this should release the arm
     

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