Autobarn Know How

     

    GET READY FOR WINTER - WIPERS

     

    1. WIPERS

  • Your wipers should be changed every 12 months
  • Our knowledgeable store staff can ensure you get the right wiper for your vehicle.

    So, your wipers aren’t clearing the water as well as they used to, or perhaps they make noises such as squeaks or squeals, or maybe they jump and shudder across the windscreen?

    Many people just replace the wiper insert, but most wiper problems can be traced back to a worn wiper blade assembly. When the assembly is in poor condition, the wiper rubber has no chance of being able to do its job properly. This means your new inserts will usually only perform for a matter of weeks before the same symptoms reappear.

    The best solution is to replace the complete blade assembly. Autobarn has an extensive range instore to suit an extremely broad range of vehicle makes and models.

    Conventional Blade Assemblies

    1a. Masterpart Wiper Blade Assembly
  • Galvanised Steel Frame
  • Powder Coated Finish
  • Composite Rubber Wiping Edge.

    1b. Trico Clear Wiper Blade Assembly
  • Galvanised steel frame
  • Powder Coated finish
  • Moulded natural rubber wiping edge.

    1c. Trico Ultra Wiper Blade Assembly
  • OEM quality steel frame
  • EPD anti corrosion treatment
  • 2-Pack paint finish
  • Extruded natural rubber wiping edge.

    Beam Blade Assembly

    1d. Trico Tech Wiper Blade Assembly
  • European style, aerodynamic wiper
  • Clever Multi-Adaptor system to fit most Beam equipped vehicles.

    Modern Rear Blade Assemblies

    1e. Trico Rear Wiper Blade Assembly
  • Broad range to suit most late model wagons and hatches fitted with plastic integral blade assemblies, or micro-beam wipers.


    NOTE: This information is provided as a guide only and professionals should be consulted when doing any work to a vehicle. Autobarn is not liable for any loss or damage which is suffered or incurred (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) for any personal injury or damage to property suffered or sustained as a result of using the information provided.