If that one doesn't work out, I'm using the Valeo 24", it works well for me.
It's the Trico 45-260 refill that fits - sometimes you have to take the original metal rails from the OEM blade and use them with the new rubber but it's simple.
I have to go exchange the Bosch Icon 26 for the 24A but the 26 which is larger only weighs 4.6 oz vs the stock wiper that is 8.2 oz so with the 24A I would expect to save 1/4 lb. Every bit helps, espcially since I have never used the wipers!I just don't understand...
You pay $15-20 for an "improved" wiper blade that doesn't work instead of just spending $3 for a Trico rubber refill insert and have one that works just fine. :shrug:
It's the Trico 45-260 refill that fits - sometimes you have to take the original metal rails from the OEM blade and use them with the new rubber but it's simple. Here's one post about it.
Just make sure that you insert the new rubber insert into the blade holder from the inside such that the "clip" that holds the rubber in place is toward the "inside" (center of the windshield) and not the "outside" (far end/outside/etc) of the blade holder - it lets the blade stretch out from the "centrifugal" forces and forces it to lie flat on the glass as it moves.
For the record my stock OEM type of blade removes 100% of the water from the windshield, so there is no way to "improve" on it.