Is this a set of 2 wiper blades from VW Parts Vortex?OEM from VW Parts Vortex is $32.43
List Price on the OEM Touareg wiper blades is $47, print the above out and ask them why the huge mark up ?
I did this at local Audi Dealer and was told it was a "Convenience" fee, I told him that is crazy and buy parts from there now at LIST when I can't wait to buy online.
I saw these when I was buing an OEM pair last week from Ebay but didn't buy them because of the old expiration date. I didn't want to receive wipers that had hardened rubber. I wound up paying $39 with shipping for mine.Vw Audi part number 7P0998002. All our parts are (NEW OTHER) unless otherwise specified. They may have been in storage anywhere from 1-30 years. Rubber parts, gaskets, hardware may need to be replaced and may not be useable.www.ebay.com
Picked these up anyway out of date by a year I think is OK. One pair left
Yes, both OEM from VW Parts or Bosch OE are a pack of (2) Blades.Is this a set of 2 wiper blades from VW Parts Vortex?
The best, imho, place to get wiper blades and almost any other VW parts, is FCP Euro. Not only do they have good pricing, OEM and OEM-like options, but they have a lifetime warranty on everything they sell, even oil and oil filters.I just was quoted 85 bucks for 3 wiper blades for 014 Touareg. Has anyone gotten aftermarket blades they recommend ?
Wait... on an oil change?? A lifetime warranty?...The best, imho, place to get wiper blades and almost any other VW parts, is FCP Euro. Not only do they have good pricing, OEM and OEM-like options, but they have a lifetime warranty on everything they sell, even oil and oil filters.
You just need to send back the old item and they credit you for it. So there is some cost for shipping, but I just bought their oil change kit, paid $92 which included 8 quarts of European 5w-30 synthetic (VW spec), filter, crush washer and oil drain plug. Plus it was free shipping. So I'll spend $10 to send back the old oil and filter, but figure it means that over the next 5 oil changes (6 total changes), I'll have spent ~$150 total, compared to $550 if I had to buy everything each time.
Right? It's on all products they sell, whether they're OEM or not. They figure only some people will follow through on it, so it's likely a low risk thing to offer, kind of like coupon discounts. I literally just put the old oil back in the bottles and packed them back into the box they came in. So simple.Wait... on an oil change?? A lifetime warranty?...
that’s nuts. Lol