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    Default cap to cover rear wiper hole inscreen after removal, were to get them????

    wanting to remove the rear wiper off the signum and wondered were about to get the caps to blank it off???

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    I know alot of peopel used to use blanking caps from B&Q for zr's so i would imagine its the same principle

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    B&Q or local nut and bolt shop, Bapp's over here in Scunthorpe.

    But why would you remove it anyway?

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    You can buy a glass cap to fit, think a link was posted in one of Leemarksmith's thread, expensive at about £20 iirc, but a lot better looking than a piece of plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carperjake View Post
    B&Q or local nut and bolt shop, Bapp's over here in Scunthorpe.

    But why would you remove it anyway?
    yeah why remove a window wiper ?
    seems a bit like bonnet bras to me a bit kakey but thats my opinion

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    Your decision of course, and I'd never argue you're wrong to do anything you want with your own car.

    But personally it's good to have a rear wiper again. I've just sold my VW Bora 150 TDi which is a saloon and didn't have one. It was really annoying when you got in it after it had been raining! I've got a Signum 3.0 CDTi now, and... a rear wiper! Sheer luxury.

    cheers

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