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Outer dew wipes, Who's to buy and where ? by robert1234
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Can someone tell me the best ones to get and from where?

I see all kinds of post but would like opinions.

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Up until just a couple years ago, the best ones you could get your hands on, were made by DIYStu. He unfortunately stopped making them a couple years ago. Seajai started making them shortly after, and they are also of excellent quality. You can find them for sale in his thread in the mall

The first post says he has stopped making them, but he has sold a few sets since. It can not hurt to check and see if he has any left.

There is also a guy making them, and selling them on eBay. You can check his listing for dew wipes out here. I know nothing about the quality of these.

Good Luck!

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I'm sold out. There is a guy selling them on ebay. Not sure of the quality but he does have a 100% satisfaction rating.
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Get the ones off the Fiero store, they are fine.

I have one set of them on one Fiero and seajai's on the other
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This guy sells them on eBay for a good price but they are missing the mirror bracket and the anti-rattle felts.
I guess that the old bracket can be rivited back on but resusing the old worn anti-rattle felts doesn't sound like a good idea.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/252...T&fromMakeTrack=true

BTW, anyone able to find suitable replacement for those shallow flat head phillips screws that hold the wipes in place? They either rust and break off or in some cases drop down into the door and get lost.

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This is the guy I was referring to: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fie...AOxy039TKPXr&vxp=mtr
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This is the guy I was referring to: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fie...AOxy039TKPXr&vxp=mtr


This guy shows 61 pair sold. The demand for this part must be very high. Surprised that you didn't keep making them. The dew wipes that I purchased from you look and fit perfect.

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I sold more than 220 pair of outers in the 2-1/2 years I've been producing them. I just needed a break to pursue other things (like my auto headlight kit). I was talking with a guy in Texas who was thinking about taking over for me but in the end he decided it was too much of an investment in tools, etc to do it. I still have all the tools and assembly jigs packed away, who knows what the future holds....
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We need more of this^^ there was all kinds of demand for a way to pop the front hood without harming anything if the cables snap or keys locked inside until that is I made up a dozen or so "tools" to pop the latch ... Then $15 was too steep..
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Maybe it is time for me to throw my hat in the ring. I have the 3D models and already have the punch press programmed to make them after a prototype run. And since I am already making the mirror tabs and the felt tabs, I am but a short step away from production. I already have preliminary costs figured out, and I know I can bring the cost on these down quite a bit. Since I can use the company I work for to buy everything wholesale. I even may have found the right material for the '84s.

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Originally posted by silver 85 sc:

I know I can bring the cost on these down quite a bit. Since I can use the company I work for to buy everything wholesale. I even may have found the right material for the '84s.


I'll be in the market for these in the semi-near future so if this is the case, I'll be glad I didn't buy some right away and decided to do suspension first.
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Originally posted by silver 85 sc:

Maybe it is time for me to throw my hat in the ring. I have the 3D models and already have the punch press programmed to make them after a prototype run. And since I am already making the mirror tabs and the felt tabs, I am but a short step away from production. I already have preliminary costs figured out, and I know I can bring the cost on these down quite a bit. Since I can use the company I work for to buy everything wholesale. I even may have found the right material for the '84s.

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Looking forward to you putting these in production, I need a set myself

I have a nice,(but temporary) solution in place right now, but I will need a decent set of inner and outer soon.
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Report this Post07-19-2016 01:48 PM Click Here to See the Profile for silver 85 scClick Here to Email silver 85 scSend a Private Message to silver 85 scEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I am on vacation until Thursday. I will have final numbers sometime next week. My first workup on these about 4 years ago showed a sale price of $60 per set. But since I had a verbal agreement with Stu I did not pursue them. Looks like now is the time.
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That's a good price. I paid $100 for mine + Shipping.
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Report this Post08-01-2016 06:06 PM Click Here to See the Profile for silver 85 scClick Here to Email silver 85 scSend a Private Message to silver 85 scEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Finally got pricing back. $67.00 plus shipping should do the trick. Now I just have to find the time to get the first batch done.
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Report this Post08-01-2016 07:48 PM Click Here to See the Profile for larafanClick Here to Email larafanSend a Private Message to larafanEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I would love a proper set for my 84.
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I'm in for a pair if that's the real price
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Report this Post09-14-2016 02:18 PM Click Here to See the Profile for DrewbdoSend a Private Message to DrewbdoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I'm definitely interested in a set for my 88 if these go into production.

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Next in line - let me know where to PayPal!

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The fiero store sells them.

I bought a set for my fiero I recently sold, seemed to be fine, no issues
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Report this Post09-14-2016 05:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for silver 85 scClick Here to Email silver 85 scSend a Private Message to silver 85 scEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I have completed my first set and they are installed. I have materials. Just going to be a couple of weeks before i get some time to get to them. $67.00 plus shipping.

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I have completed my first set and they are installed. I have materials. Just going to be a couple of weeks before i get some time to get to them. $67.00 plus shipping.

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I'm in for a set at $67.
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Report this Post09-16-2016 08:37 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fairmechanicClick Here to Email fairmechanicSend a Private Message to fairmechanicEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
im in for a set. Mine is an 84.
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Pics? Anyone receive them? I need a couple of sets...
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Just looking at producing outers, or inners as well?
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Hand way up !!!!! I for sure need a set for that price too, maybe two sets !!!

Yahoo !!!!
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As of right now I am only producing the outers. Although I can do the inners. I did not get pics of the first set, I had some parts get delayed in shipping and had people waiting at the Heartland Show to see them. I made the first set the night before, and had the clutch line blow on my '84. I didn't even get out of the car and they were sold. Here is the response on the Heartland Fiero Facebook page.

Brody Moore: Hey Rich the dew wipes worked out perfect!
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I do need for my 84, are you going to make them?
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I need inners and outers.

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I do need for my 84, are you going to make them?


My next set is going on my '84. We will see what happens.

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Are these still being sold by OP and what happened to the inner sets?
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DIYStu and Seajai are not supplying any right now but there is a source. The guy on eBay now selling the dew wipes is most likely the one making them for the Fiero Store. We've read good reports on these. The choice is simple. Change the outer dew wipes now or be prepared to install new windows and dew wipes later..

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The choice is simple. Change the outer dew wipes now or be prepared to install new windows and dew wipes later..



Something I wish the PO of my car would've known. My passenger window looks awful with all the scratches.

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just buy the ones on tfs, they are fine.
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This is the guy I was referring to: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fie...AOxy039TKPXr&vxp=mtr


I have a very bad dealing with that guy. I would support the Fiero store.
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Originally posted by Dennis LaGrua:
The guy on eBay now selling the dew wipes is most likely the one making them for the Fiero Store.


Just to clarify, our dew wipes are exclusive, completely new units that are made on proprietary tooling. We have made several improvements to our dew wipes over the years and they are very close to the 85-88 originals. Not sure who the eBay guy is, but just wanted everyone to know that he is offering a different part.
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Just to clarify, our dew wipes are exclusive, completely new units that are made on proprietary tooling. We have made several improvements to our dew wipes over the years and they are very close to the 85-88 originals. Not sure who the eBay guy is, but just wanted everyone to know that he is offering a different part.


Wondering why you are specifying the "85-88 originals" here. Are yours compatible with the 84? How are they different?
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They are compatible, but the 84's used different outer door panels and dew wipes. You will notice on the 85-88 models that there is a lip inside the top rim of the outer door panel. That lip wasn't used on the 1984 door panel. Instead, it was on the dew wipe. So if you use 85-88 window felts on a 1984 model, you lose that lip. This is largely cosmetic, but under the right conditions, it is a bit more likely that water could find its way in the door.
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