Look on ebay for a part number. I was told by my parts place that it takes a classic series at $14 each and he told me 15" but I had 16" on my car. I ended up getting a different one at $4 each and reusing my attachment ends.
I have had the same problem. Never solved it to my satisfaction but never drive the Alfa in the rain.My local O'Riley has struck out. The existing arms have straight ends, no hook (pic 1). The blade is replaceable, not refillable - the socket is 7mm wide (pic 2).
Any suggestions or part numbers for me?
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please do keep us posted.I don't deliberately drive in the rain, either, but gojng to the AROC Palm Springs winter convention couple years ago we wound up driving in heavy rain for a couple hours. The top didn't leak and the wipers worked fine, which surprised me.
Rain can sneak up on anybody, anytime, and I need working wipers.
I ordered a set from ebay that might work, will post my results -
I have both and they seem to be interchangeable.Are later S3/S4 wiper arms compatible with the earlier cars? If so you could just swap your wiper arms with ones from a later car. My 88 has the hooked end arms.
In that case find some late model wiper arms and you can buy wiper blades at your corner gas station.I have both and they seem to be interchangeable.
Agreed but easier said than done in my experienceIn that case find some late model wiper arms and you can buy wiper blades at your corner gas station.