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Old 10-27-2013, 01:35 PM
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12 V wipers for 49 chev

I'm looking at a kit from chev of the 40's
https://www.chevsofthe40s.com/detail...ermittent.html
Has any one installed a similar, kind of pricey but need intermittent.
thanks Pat
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That is basically a Specialty Power Windows wiper system, which is a bit more expensive, and itself a copy of the old Lucas system used on English cars. It's a bit complicated to set up, but will work very well if adjusted right. Make sure it's American made since there is a lower quality Chinese copy floating around too.
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Check New port wipers, made in MO.
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itself a copy of the old Lucas system used on English cars.
I've had Lucas electrical systems on British bikes--THE PRINCE OF DARKNESS.
Yes it's a bit fiddly, but I may dance in the rain tomorrow.
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Danced in the rain today

Got out for an extended test today.
All went well, worked as advertised.
Used the 0 to 30 second delay- good.
And the slow play- all I needed.
There is a some what faster than slow play,
but didn't need it even on the freeway.
Pricey but good product.
Pat
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