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How hard would it be to put wippers on a 94 Ranger? I found this on Ebay... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/89-94...41702621QQrdZ1 ... but how hard would it be to put them on and make them work?
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Reread the auction. It is not for "headlight wipers"; it is for a dash bezel for the separate headlight switch and washer/wiper/delay switch.
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what is the point of headlight wipers anyways?
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my guess is for snow more then rain because snow gets caked on the lights and sucks...
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Ron Whites Brother in law, talking about his mercedes: *smug*I have a 3" wiper blade that keeps my headlights clear in the rain. *smug*

Ron White: *Drunk* Well! My Van has a place to f*** your sister.*Drunk*
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Ron Whites Brother in law, talking about his mercedes: *smug*I have a 3" wiper blade that keeps my headlights clear in the rain. *smug*

Ron White: *Drunk* Well! My Van has a place to f*** your sister.*Drunk*

LMAO tater salad
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Lmao
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the only other thing i could think he would want them for is to spray or wipe the mud off the lights when wheeling the truck cause i have thought about adding some extra washer jets to clean the lights when wheeling it
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If you need wipers for snow that is some serious snow, **** never happens to me.
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I want them for snow and mud. When it snows here, it is almost always a white out and then when we for play in the mud all day and go home at night it would be nice to not waste a good beverage on the lights to clean them off.
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Yeah, I'm pretyt sure they are for the mud and stuff. A few of my friends put them on their off road trucks down here.
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