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Anco31-10 31 Series Wiper Blade - Framed, Direct fit

Part #: AN3110 | Mfr #: 31-10

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  • Series: Anco 31 Series
  • Location: Rear
  • Type: Framed
  • Product Fit: Direct fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Blade Color: Black
  • Blade Material: Rubber
  • Frame Color/Finish: Black
  • Frame Material: Steel
  • Length: 10 in.
  • Warranty: 1-year Anco limited warranty
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Product reviews

rear window wiper by marge, December 15, 2013

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I bought this online had to install it myself and it wouldnt wipe even 1/2 the space it was supposed to. I didnt return it because the postage would have come out of my pocket. I stopped at autozone in a nearby city when I got there paid for another one...only paid 75% of what this one cost the clerk there came out and installed it for me and that one works wonderfully. Guess Ive learned my lesson some things should be purchased where they can be tried and tested for performance before it becomes and expense to return them if they dont work right.


Dodge Magnum Rear Wiper Blade (Replacement) by SFC Retired, February 2, 2011

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This blade is made to fit on a wiper arm that is made like the front wiper arms/blades. The rear wiper blade on the Dodge Magnum is not made like the front ones. It has a thick arm and the blade will not fit onto the arm. It is approximately 3/16ths too narrow. In order to keep from returning I decided to "engineer" it. The only way to get it to fit is to remove the rubber from the frame. Then I had to take the metal frame off the blade. Remove the metal pieces from the OEM blade and put them on the new rubber. Attach and it is good to go. It is "just one of those things" I must put up with in order to keep from paying the high price of Mr. Mopar's parts. It takes less than 30 minutes. Be careful on all steps so as to not break the OEM arm. Mine works great now, but the Anco people need to look at the OEM part before they release a "part that fits". Don't get me wrong, I've been using Anco blades and arms for decades and this is, honestly, the first glitch I've encountered. Hooah.