Volkswagen Beetle Wiper Blades
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- Rain-X® - Weatherbeater™ 21" Wiper BladeStarting at: $7.71$7.71
- Michelin® - Rainforce™ Wiper BladeStarting at: $10.29$10.29
- TRICO® - Ice™ 22" Wiper BladeStarting at: $17.19$17.19
Posted by Dave A.
"Well, I received a reply from the factory, and the universal adapter is the same one you use on the post type arm. (Has the 3 slots on it). So, it is actually the J4x9 large hook instructions that you use. Not the J3x9 small hook as their website says the Beetle takes. Using this method isn't illustrated very well. So I take back the bad review and will eat crow. Guess I have spares now."