TRICO Releases TRICO Pro Professional Grade Wiper Blade Line

The new line features an innovative “one-fit” connection system, eliminating the need for adaptors.

Trico Products Corporation, a global leader in wiper blade technology, releases their all-new TRICO Pro premium beam blade line—designed specifically with vehicle service professionals in mind. The new line features an innovative “one-fit” connection system, eliminating the need for adaptors.

The new blades are engineered with the latest in beam blade technology to deliver the all-weather performance customers expect from TRICO. With a minimal SKU count for full, on-hand stock, the TRICO Pro line is available in 15” to 28” delivered in easy-to-open packaging. Additionally, the complete line stocks in just 2.5 square feet of space.

“The TRICO Pro line was designed to make the service professional’s job easier,” said Kevin O’Dowd, vice president and chief marketing officer. “With the one-fit connection system, adaptors are no longer needed and installation takes seconds. Technicians can feel confident with the quality of TRICO Pro, as the line delivers the best of both worlds—easy installation and high performance.”

TRICO Pro wiper blades fit the most popular arm styles, including hook, side lock, push button and pinch tab. To learn more about the new, professional grade line or to order stock for your shop, visit

About TRICO Group:

TRICO Group serves the automotive aftermarket industry with category-leading brands: TRICO wiper blades, Carter fuel pumps and StrongArm lift supports. TRICO is the leading North American wiper brand with global engineering and manufacturing operations. Carter offers best-in-class fuel pump solutions, providing innovation and original equipment fit, form and function for over a century. StrongArm is the leading brand of American-engineered lift support products.

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