Trico has an ExactFit blade that fits on the Explorer (at least on my 17). Now since I only do them once a year, I have to spend about 30 minutes singing a four letter aria until I figure out how to remove the little bugger... 😂I buy them for all vehicles at the same time too. It's too tough for me to remember which one got new blades and which one didn't. I do the same for cabin filters. These are two items that I think time has as much effect on as actual use. I haven't had to buy these for my Exploder just yet but I will say that for my other Ford SUV's the local stores never seemed to have the rear window wiper in stock. Makes me think ahead and I typically order online.
Those are "beam blades". All the good ones are that way. Neoforms, Icons, etc. And yes, they are the best.So far so good I do like the 'flex' bow on them more than the metal frame ones with the pivoting arms to hold the actual blade... I think they were just over $25 for the PAIR after tax and all..
Rain-X is actually mediocre at best. The problem is that it builds up over time and can make the glass look "foggy", which is then a pain to remove. Look into Aquapel. It's a little fussier to apply, but works way better and lasts longer. And whatever you do, avoid Rain-X Anti-Fog. That stuff is junk.Rain-x > any wiper
Some companies, like Bosch, make a B side blade to better fit the curvature of the passenger side of the windshield. A= Driver side. B= Pax side.I wish I knew what the heck y'all mean by A's and B's.