Rear Wiper Delete

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  1. 95escahoe

    95escahoe Full Access Member

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    Here's how I went about the rear wiper delete on my truck.

    First off you need to pull the trim panels on the hatch and remove the old wiper this is a great video for showing you how to do all that.

    Picked up these plugs off EBay. https://m.ebay.com/itm/50-Piece-She...quot-2-quot-/122397885057?txnId=1852897729002

    Picked up this black silicone sealant off Amazon, the reason I went with this, is its a lot easier to apply with a caulking gun imo. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000HBGJ8Y?psc=1&ref=yo_pop_mb_pd

    Pick out the correct plugs, put a decent amount of sealant on each one, pop them in and clean up any residue and let them sit for a bit then seal up the back side and your good to go.

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    This has been asked about and talked about a lot lately can this be a sticky? @NathanJax @goodinblack @07Burb



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    Looks great. I'm about to do the same to my PPV. Nice post.
     
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    Thanks I actually ended up getting the holes welded up recently looks so much cleaner


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    Yeah I only left my plugs in for a week before doing it right. They bothered me more than I thought they would.
     
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    Has anyone used that hole for a rear view camera?
     
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    Which one? There's 5 and none are centered. One of them is pretty damn big. I haven't heard of anyone doing that.

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    Yeah, it would probably be the big one that's closest to center. I can already see how, it would probably just be wrong.
     
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    Someone on here was selling a new hatch button with the camera built in, that’s your best bet honestly


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    I hear you on that, didn’t look the best and didn’t want to deal with replacing them if anymore cane off, just do it right once and be done with it looks so much better welded up


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