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Wiper Arm Bracket Nightmare.

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    Wow, don't jinx me bro'!!!

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    Good to hear you got it fixed. And for little money, no less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammed goat View Post
    Good to hear you got it fixed. And for little money, no less.
    Thanks. Yeah they took into consideration that it was already taken apart and ready to be worked on.

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    I channel locked the two peices together and then put the arm back on. I turned the wipers on and it went to the top of its action, then the joint popped out again, refusing to come down. I'm dropping it off at a shop in the A.M. . That nylon sleeve is a non replacement part by itself and I'm just getting too frustrated repeating the same acts and not seeing a change. Last time something like this happened, I eneded up rebuilding my '89 top to bottom, and I don't have the cash to do that right now.
    So, say a certain someone is having the same problem as you, but they took off that nylon sleeve because they thought it would be easy to get a replacement, are they now going to have to buy a whole new linkage arm with that sleeve already installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whamhammer View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by kr View Post
    So, say a certain someone is having the same problem as you, but they took off that nylon sleeve because they thought it would be easy to get a replacement, are they now going to have to buy a whole new linkage arm with that sleeve already installed?
    To be honest, I guess it depends on the condition of the sleeve. If it's in good shape, I don't see why it would be put back on. If it's in bad shape, unless an aftermarket company makes a replacement sleeve available to the public, you would probably have to buy a new linkage arm (unless you found on parted of a "used" source).

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