Which wiper cowl?

MG0h3

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I've seen posts where people used an aftermarket two piece one; just not sure which brand.

Also saw some Ford ones on Ebay.

What's the best route to go?
 

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I have found that most aftermarket parts don't fit that well, So I would go with a Ford piece.

Also, I'm not sure how well the two piece works or looks. When I replaced mine I went with the one piece like the factory.
 

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I've seen posts where people used an aftermarket two piece one; just not sure which brand.

Also saw some Ford ones on Ebay.

What's the best route to go?


I've used both so I can tell you pay a little extra and get the Ford one piece. The fit of the two piece was horrible. I did still have to trim one corner of the Ford cowl but it was still 100 times better than the two piece.
 

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Ok knucklehead move on my part. Didn't realize you could still find OEM cowls.

Thanks guys


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I've looked at these too. I've seen some nice aftermarket carbon fiber ones if you're looking to go that route. If you're just looking for a fresh replacement then OEM is the only way to go.
 

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I've bought exactly one trim piece for my '04 because the PO had drilled a hole in the shifter bezel. I ordered a new one from CJ Pony parts and it was identical to the OEM piece right down to the tooling and mold marks, and molded part numbers in the back. I mean mirror image. It was clearly made from the same tooling and molds.
 

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I've bought exactly one trim piece for my '04 because the PO had drilled a hole in the shifter bezel. I ordered a new one from CJ Pony parts and it was identical to the OEM piece right down to the tooling and mold marks, and molded part numbers in the back. I mean mirror image. It was clearly made from the same tooling and molds.

Ok T4 I'll look at CJ or AM then. They're about $50 cheaper than OEM

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DO NOT waste your time on the aftermarket ones. I tried one and the rubber was too stiff on it and didn' fit to the windshield good at all.
it was a one piece, maybe the two piece ones are better. needless to say, ended up with an oem one.
 

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