Discount Trico 35-150 15'' Winter Wipers for a Jeep Wrangler JK/JKU/JL/JLU and Jeep Gladiator
5.0 Stars Best Wipers for Extremely Cold Weather
Super strong blade and heavy gauge wiper element for -40 Fahrenheit / -40 Celcius temperatures. Transform your Wrangler into an overland vehicle for a long-distance offroad expedition.
Trico Ice 15'' Ice and Slush Resistant
Many mining and logging companies in Yukon and British Columbia (Canada) trust these wipers because they provide a complete peace of mind. Easy to install, super flexible, and almost indestructible (they contain a mix of high density teflon, carbon and aluminum). Produce a smooth and quiet sound on the windshield while wiping heavy slush. Clears snow in a single wipe. Strongly and snugly conforms on the (almost) flat shape of a Wrangler JK windshield. Trico includes some extra adapters (just in case) but unless you have damaged arms or something, you won't need it. You'll hate Jeep the first day you'll use those wipers becausde no Jeeper realizes the kind of OEM crap Jeep puts on his rig until he tries the Trico Ice 15''. They are super effective, strong, durable and buttery smooth on your windshield. And they won't slip or skip a beat while you drive in the harshest trail conditions.
- Frozen solid logging road in BC (Canada). Driving my Wrangler JK in the early morning by -40.
-40 below temperatures are usual here in the Yukon (Canada)
Best Wipers for an Extremely Cold Expedition
They wipe snow super clean and with no streaks. I tested those wipers in Yukon and BC (Canada) for years. I live in places where it snows heavily. I only buy Trico wiper blades and I am never disappointed. They got me through a rather harsh winter (Canadian icy weather and snowstorms) - they wiped the window very cleanly, no streak. And they won't freeze by minus -40 degrees.
Fits JK 2-Doors and JKU 4-Doors 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 + JL 2-Doors and JLU 4-Doors 2018-2019-2020
Trico 35-150 Wiper Blades - 15" *You need to buy a pair because this is sold as a single unit... don't make the same mistake I once made