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Wiper Arm - Bright Stainless Steel

Wiper Arm - Bright Stainless Steel

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Wiper Arm - Bright Stainless Steel
W70346
£16.06

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5.2mm Elite arm with bayonet fitting
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Product Details

Tex wiper arms are produced in several designs and different finishes to suit a number of vehicles produced during the 60s, 70s and 80s.

All arms are manufactured from the finest quality stainless steel with chromed heads to original standard. Black finish is also available on some arms and blades. 5.2mm Bayonet / Push-On. The Elite Range of wiper arms is designed to match the original equipment arms on the majority of British and European vehicles from the late 1950's fitted with the Lucas 9/16" boss. The 5.2 mm Bayonet fitting is designed for similar type lightweight blades up to 13" long. Available in various fixed lengths up to 12"
Technical Info
  • Blade type: bayonet
  • Crank: Left 10 degrees crank
  • Fitting: 14.8mm spline
  • Manufacturer
    Tex was established in the 1940s as Magnatex Ltd, who registered the Tex trademark on October 25, 1944. The company commenced supply of parts to British manufacturers in 1947 and quickly grew to be a major supplier of windscreen wipers and interior mirrors to the recovering British motor industry. It also established a major presence in the design and supply of vehicle wing mirrors, which were a major item for both OEM and dealer fitment all the way through to the mid-1970s. Windscreen wash systems were added to the range as they became a manufacturer standard fit.

    Today, Tex Automotive Ltd is the premier manufacturer and supplier of genuine original equipment windscreen wiper arms and blades, windscreen wash equipment, and wing mirrors for the majority of British cars manufactured from the of the 1940s to the 1970s. In this regard it continues to be an essential supplier of parts that allow an owner to maintain good clear vision, both through the windscreen and to the rear of the vehicle; a vital role in keeping classic cars and their owners safe on our increasingly busy roads.

    No other company offers the breadth of range or indeed the flexibility of production that results from its UK manufacturing base – over 95 per cent of the items are produced in Britain using the original tooling. This makes the brand a perfect fit with British Motor Heritage’s own products, as they are also produced to original tooling.

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