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    Seen it done to E30s in the past, they look good but dont wipe all the glass infront of the driver.
     
     

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    See that's what I was thinking cause of where it would fix and the wiper can only be a certain size that's why I was in 2 minds aswell
     
     

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    Well, how often does it rain in UK?

    Joke aside, I reckon it should look quite clean. But you never know until you actually see it..

    If the funds allow it, give it a try. If for any reason, you change your mind, is reversible. You put back on ebay the kit and fit the OEM wipers.

    L.E.: I just checked some pics out, doesn't look as smart as I thought. I couldn't tell why exactly, but somehow they don't fit the E36 (visually). I'd give it a miss, TBH.
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    My friend had this conversion on his saxo and it looked very smart you can have them set to any position on the screen he had it rest at 12 oclock looked like a touring car lol he rated quite highly of it he said it was not dificult to fit depends how hands on you are i suppose
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by laney2508 View Post
    Lol if you look up E36 single wiper conversion on fleabay they on there and you can get replacement blades from same people the kit is 95 including postage and comes with a wiper blade included they look simple enough to fit hopefully doing mine next month if the bank manager says yes it's a family car lol
    pop the fuse out just before she drives it next, then it definatly needs a new wiper motor.
     
     

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