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Old 10-12-2012, 09:33 PM   #1
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Question Michelin Stealth opinions

Has anybody tried a pair of Michelin Stealth wiper blades on their truck? What was our opinion of them?

They look interesting and I need a new set of wipers for winter anyway.

Website: http://www.michelinstealth.com/
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I have had them on my truck for over 6 months now. Still perform as expected.

Stay away from rainex latitude, used to use them but have had several come apart. Not something you want to happen on the highway in the rain.
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Bosch Icon or Micro Edge Excel+ best blades going after 25 years of parts experience.
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Bosch Icon or Micro Edge Excel+ best blades going after 25 years of parts experience.
I've also heard good things about the Bosch Icon's, but have never given them a try or had any personal experience with them, thanks for the suggestion.
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I have had them on my truck for over 6 months now. Still perform as expected.

Stay away from rainex latitude, used to use them but have had several come apart. Not something you want to happen on the highway in the rain.
I tried a pair of Rainex's one time, but didn't have good luck with them either.
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