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Old January 7th, 2013, 09:04 PM
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series wiper motor spline

hey guys anyone have a series IIA wiper spline that the wiper arm goes on laying around?
i kind of destroyed the one i had on it...
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Old January 7th, 2013, 10:14 PM
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Trevor at the Rovah Farm has them.
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oh really? thanks!
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Old January 8th, 2013, 08:02 PM
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Rovahfarms doesnt seem to have it. it has a series III one not the individual motor ones for the II/IIa's
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Ah, sorry! My SII has been converted to a single motor and the spline adapter I got from Trevor worked on it. Perhaps Ike?
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yea, i am going to have to look/call. thanks though.
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It's a Trico part, not a Rover part. I am not giving mine up, but it shouldn't be too hard to find. Marine windshield wipers use this same fitting.

A quick web search for "wiper shaft adapters" got me this:
http://www.parrautomotive.com/index....80/prd1380.htm
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but the ones on the rover dont have the holes in the center of the spline? the marine ones are mostly center, not sure if it would make a difference but still.
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It's a Trico part, not a Rover part.
Aw hell, Bills right. I didn't look at your picture close enough. I just went through this as my "SII" mutt was missing wiper arms. I bought PRC2620/1 but they were too long. The Trico 4101 adjustable wiper arms (3110 refills) ended up working perfectly. The part that should interest you is that they came with spline adapters and they look just like yours. I saved mine and you can have them. Attached is a pic. If they look like they'll work for you, shoot me an email with your mailing address.
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Aw hell, Bills right. I didn't look at your picture close enough. I just went through this as my "SII" mutt was missing wiper arms. I bought PRC2620/1 but they were too long. The Trico 4101 adjustable wiper arms (3110 refills) ended up working perfectly. The part that should interest you is that they came with spline adapters and they look just like yours. I saved mine and you can have them. Attached is a pic. If they look like they'll work for you, shoot me an email with your mailing address.
yes they definitely look like they will work! i will PM you!
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