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For the first time since buying my GT, the superb aerotwin wipers have developed a squeek and a judder. The car and wipers are now 15 months old - just a case of needing some new ones before the winter gets nasty?
 

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Yep! Get some newbies.

Just ordered some from

wiperblades.co.uk

I really think they don't last that long as mine have been squeaking for a while now. :(

DG
 

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Ours have started doing the same. Car is 2 but they've been doing it for a couple of months now. Must visit wiperblades for some more (excellent site & service):thumbs:
 

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Officially*, you're supposed to change wiper blades every 6 months, so I'd say you've done pretty well with those.

*well, according to wiper blade suppliers, but they're surely not biased? ;)
 

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does this mean they fit on old style wiper holders?
the better ones with alfa romeo written... sorry Engraved on them?
i love the style of those things! makes an alfa an alfa :)
plus they judder like mad which is another alfa styling element i am willing to live with just for the look :p
 

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does this mean they fit on old style wiper holders?
the better ones with alfa romeo written... sorry Engraved on them?
i love the style of those things! makes an alfa an alfa :)
plus they judder like mad which is another alfa styling element i am willing to live with just for the look :p
The Aerotwins have the same fitment as any standard 'scaffolding' style wiper. The Alfa Romeo script is pressed into the wiper arm, which you won't need to change when changing the blade :)
 
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