I’ve been a pulex rubber man for years, they seemed to work best in the wagtail, but have recently been testing the moerman rubbers for a few months now,( in wagtail only) and have found them to be very good in fact I’m pretty close to changing over to moerman rubbers completely as they are cheaper, But this test was for wagtail only as I don’t use any other type of squidgee… Yet
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Wow, those are some really reasonable prices, considering all of the development that’s gone into them.
I’m hoping that the end clips are removable, so that we can cut channels to size and refit the tips. It’ll have to be a snug fit, of course, so they don’t come off on their own.
[MENTION=441]BostonMike[/MENTION], [MENTION=37946]woodland[/MENTION], or anyone else- has anyone mentioned what the channels are made of? I’m assuming aluminum, but I don’t know if that’s been confirmed.
I wouldn’t count on it. The channel profile is more along the line of standard brass or stainless steel, not wide body like Sorbo or slayer. For widths wider than about 22" you really want to go wide body as it holds its shape better on the glass.