I got some new blades which are a single piece instead of the structure that most designs have. I think they are made by Trico. They've been good so far, but what I'm really hoping is that I won't need to go to those rubber booted winter blades. Haven't had much snow yet!
I can't recommend the PIAA silicone blades enough! They are quiet (even in freezing temps), wipe clean and even, don't freeze to the windshield, and last. The set on my Ranger is 18 months old, and still work like the day I put them on. They are pricey ($17 a piece), but cheaper in the long run because they last so long. I will never use anything else! http://www.piaa.com/WiperBlades/silicone.html
2001 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4, Off Road package, SOHC 4.0 automatic, Line-X bed liner and step rails, Alpine CDA-7894, Alpine R series speakers, Undercover tonneau, Rancho RSX shocks, Clifford Matrix RS2 remote remote start/alarm, BFG All Terrain T/A ko's. 06 emblems, clear corners, Wet Okole seat covers
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