Scott Drake Wiper Arm Flanged Cap Stainless Steel Polished 1966-1970

Scott Drake: C1SZ-17526-B

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Scott Drake Polished Stainless Steel Wiper Arm with Smooth Cap for 1966-1970 Mustangs.

After years of weather abuse your wiper arms are most likely looking a bit rough. Replace them with these exceptional reproduction wiper arms that resemble the originals. Features polished stainless steel construction and the correct style flanged end cap.

Will fit either driver or passenger side.

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By Bill Tumas: We’re here with a flanged cap wiper arm for your 1967 through 1970 Mustang from Scott Drake. We grabbed this standard wiper arm here to compare to the Scott Drake to give you an idea of the differences in quality. The most notable difference by looking at them is going to be the end of the arm here. See where the Scott Drake has a curve on the end, which is the proper way to put pressure on the wiper blade to clean your windshield, the standard reproduction is mostly straight and relies on the spring at the hinge here to put pressure across the entire arm.

Both wiper arms feature a chrome cap and a polished stainless steel body. Notice the chrome quality in the Scott Drake is much better than our standard reproduction. There's plenty of flaws over here as well. Moving inside you can see the spring that holds the wiper arm to the car is much better quality than the standard spring used over here.

This style wiper arm uses a spring in here to put tension to hold the blade against it. You can hear how smooth the spring operates on our Scott Drake versus the reproduction. You can actually even see pieces of metal falling out of this as we move the arm. Here's a close look at the rivets that hold the arm itself to the cap. You can see a huge difference in quality with the Scott Drake rivet versus a very generic poorly installed rivet on the reproduction.

While both wiper arms will get the job done, by looking at the Scott Drake versus our standard you can see they really do put a lot more emphasis on the details to get their product just right.