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  • Rear windshield wiper motors.

    Does anyone know of any rear brand X's wind shield wiper motors whose's sweep is adjustable?

    (On my M5 I used two from a Dodge Colt Hatchbak, they work real well, because they have a narrow sweep.
    I can no longer find them in the local junk yards.)

    Thanks
    Paul

  • #2
    just change the length of the arm of the wiper transmission. Cut it apart and weld it back together to the desired length.

    nate

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    • #3
      I am sorry that I did not make it clear the fact that I am trying to use two rear wiper motors with out wiper transmissions.

      Before going that route I will try a Lark wiper setup.
      If there is room under the dash for that then I will have to cut
      the wiper transmissions as suggested.

      If that does not work then I will do something similiar as Jeff Rice did on his CE.

      Paul

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      • #4
        What are we working on? Some guys still have NOS parts for some of the oldies.....


        I know I have some old Trico wiper driver transmissions and parts new in the box for a few of the oldies.
        MIKE
        StudeRich
        Second Generation Stude Driver,
        Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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        • #5
          Working on a 1937 CE.
          Presently I am fabricating a mount for a Lark wiper motor.
          If that does not work out then I will go with two individual wiper motors.
          Either aftermarket stuff or rear wipers from some brand X.
          I am not going to use the old vacuum set up.

          Paul

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