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The "A" blades are flatter, and "B" blades have more curve to them. On many vehicles the windshield has quite a bit of curve to them on the left and right edges. If you notice your passenger side wiper doesn't make contact at the far right hand side, a "B" blade with more curve will help. On the drivers side, as the wi… see more The "A" blades are flatter, and "B" blades have more curve to them. On many vehicles the windshield has quite a bit of curve to them on the left and right edges. If you notice your passenger side wiper doesn't make contact at the far right hand side, a "B" blade with more curve will help. On the drivers side, as the wiper operates, the blade is standing vertical when it reaches the far left hand side of the glass, so the curve of the blade can be flatter. If your windshield is nearly falt all the way across, using "A" blades on driver and passenger side will work just fine. see less The "A" blades are flatter, and "B" blades have more curve to them. On many vehicles the windshield has quite a bit of curve to them on the left and right edges. If you notice your passenger side wiper doesn't make contact at the far right hand side, a "B" blade with more curve will help. On the drivers side, as the wiper operates, the blade is standing vertical when it reaches the far left hand side of the glass, so the curve of the blade can be flatter. If your windshield is nearly falt all the way across, using "A" blades on driver and passenger side will work just fine.
J Baird
· May 6, 2015
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Here's how you can tell for sure. Go to the Bosch website (http://www.boschautoparts.com/) and enter your specific vehicle year, make, and model. It will then tell you specifically which Bosch wiper blades fit your vehicle. In my case (2011 Ram 1500 truck), I need the 22A for the left and the 22B for the right.
shareece schafer
· January 2, 2015
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If the 2008 Honda Civic is a sedan, then the Bosch 26A Icon Wiper Blade should fit the left wiper slot. If Coupe, there is a different blade that fits, Bosch 28OE I believe.
Darrin Anderson
· April 28, 2015
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They seem to come one to a pack, and you may need different sizes for left and right, or at least both an A and B model of the same size for your car, although a few cars may have the same specs left and right. You need to look closer at what Bosch recommends for your car model, I suggest you go to the Bosch site to f… see more They seem to come one to a pack, and you may need different sizes for left and right, or at least both an A and B model of the same size for your car, although a few cars may have the same specs left and right. You need to look closer at what Bosch recommends for your car model, I suggest you go to the Bosch site to find out. I can testify from experience that the sweeping action and durability of these blades is outstanding. see less They seem to come one to a pack, and you may need different sizes for left and right, or at least both an A and B model of the same size for your car, although a few cars may have the same specs left and right. You need to look closer at what Bosch recommends for your car model, I suggest you go to the Bosch site to find out. I can testify from experience that the sweeping action and durability of these blades is outstanding.
BFlatm
· January 7, 2016
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Yes it does, but be sure to order the OE version. There is an extra piece on the outside of the mount as it comes from Bosch. Take that off and the blade fits perfectly.
ML
· December 9, 2015
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Couple of ways. 1. Measure the old blades. 2. Look up the info in your owners manual. 3. Look up the info online for your make, model, trim, and year of vehicle .
If you have a rear window wiper, it's possible the rear wiper is 19" and the front wipers are 21". My rear window uses a 13" wiper blade, so there's n… see more
Couple of ways. 1. Measure the old blades. 2. Look up the info in your owners manual. 3. Look up the info online for your make, model, trim, and year of vehicle .
If you have a rear window wiper, it's possible the rear wiper is 19" and the front wipers are 21". My rear window uses a 13" wiper blade, so there's no confusion for me about which size goes where.
Hope this helps. see less
Couple of ways. 1. Measure the old blades. 2. Look up the info in your owners manual. 3. Look up the info online for your make, model, trim, and year of vehicle .
If you have a rear window wiper, it's possible the rear wiper is 19" and the front wipers are 21". My rear window uses a 13" wiper blade, so there's no confusion for me about which size goes where.
Hope this helps.

JOE
· March 25, 2014
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Above answer is not correct. I live in Las Vegas and there is no wiper blade on the market that will withstand this dry heat for more than 2 years MAX. I have these on my Avalanche and my wife's Veloster and they last about 10-12 months. They work great in that time, but none I've tried last any longer than that.
Brandon Welbourne
· July 13, 2019
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The A blades is hook handle as used by toyota's and Suzuki while OE uses a metal pin such as infinity's and europeas cars. Take care, I realized it when I purchased the incorrect unit.
Kenny M
· January 28, 2015
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No, it is just ONE wiper blade. They are not sold in pairs because many cars use 2 different sizes for the driver's side and passenger's side. Example: My VW uses 26in on driver's and 19in on passenger's.
F. Tepp
· May 25, 2015
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Hi Tamara, I "Googled" your car and I believe your wiper blades are (both) 26", not 24". I would just search Amazon, "2013 Mercedes E350 wiper blades" and see what comes up for sizes. It's a little unusual that they're both the same size but that's what I came up with. As far as the QUALITY of the Bosch blades, I've ha… see more Hi Tamara, I "Googled" your car and I believe your wiper blades are (both) 26", not 24". I would just search Amazon, "2013 Mercedes E350 wiper blades" and see what comes up for sizes. It's a little unusual that they're both the same size but that's what I came up with. As far as the QUALITY of the Bosch blades, I've had them on all of my cars for years and they work fantastic. Best of luck to you, Dave Watson see less Hi Tamara, I "Googled" your car and I believe your wiper blades are (both) 26", not 24". I would just search Amazon, "2013 Mercedes E350 wiper blades" and see what comes up for sizes. It's a little unusual that they're both the same size but that's what I came up with. As far as the QUALITY of the Bosch blades, I've had them on all of my cars for years and they work fantastic. Best of luck to you, Dave Watson
David T Watson
· October 16, 2016