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Is the original wiper system on your Camaro/Firebird/Nova worn out? Or is the wiper system missing entirely from a project car? Our RainGear wiper system is a modern, high-quality replacement for the old system. It is the only replacement wiper system that is completely hidden, fitting entirely within the airbox in the cowl! This allows you to remove the stock wiper motor. The wiper motor hole in the firewall can be covered up with the cover plate supplied in the kit or you can weld in a patch panel to eliminate the hole entirely. Perfect for Pro Street cars or if you just desire a clean looking firewall.The RainGear wiper system is a rugged, time tested and proven, lever and link windshield wiper system. It is specifically designed to completely replace the original factory wiper system.The kit comes complete less assembly lube, arms and blades, escutcheons and model-specific knobs for the switch. All those stock pieces will fit on our system. Escutcheons are the exterior trim bezels which cover the pivot posts in the cowl. Note that the original escutcheons are required and are not available as an aftermarket item to the best of our knowledge.Please note that the RainGear unit cannot be controlled by any General Motors column-mounted wiper switches. You must use the included switch. This is due to the fact that GM switches control the wiper motor via the ground wire and our systems must be controlled by switching the positive wire.
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