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AFI-500 110° Waterproof Wiper Kit


Extended Product Protection with PLUS Plan!

Model # 305021 | Mfg # 30005
In stock online.

The 12V motor in this frame-mounted, self-parking, adjustable sweep and park wiper kit is encased in a UV-stabilized, temperature- and impact-resistant, waterproof housing. Includes 11" curved blade and adjustable arm. Arm length: 6-3/4" to 10-1/2".

  • Style: Interior/Exterior
  • Sweep Direction: Both
  • Self Parking: Yes
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Case Material: UV-stabilized, high-impact, high-temperature thermoplastic
  • Draw: 2 amps @ 12 V
  • Drive Shaft Dimensions: 2-1/2"L x 1/2" Dia.
  • Maximum Arm Length: 14" x 14" arm/blade combination
  • Case Dimensions: 4-1/4"L x 2-3/4"W x 3-3/4" H
  • Quantity: Sold individually
  • Included Equipment: None
  • Requires: 3A DC fuse w/holder, #8 self tapping screw, 16-gauge wire with ring terminals, on/off switch
  • Warranty: One year

AFI-500 110° Waterproof Wiper Kit

Type Wiper Kits
Warranty Details One Year


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AFI-500 110 Waterproof Wiper Kit

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Sigh.....Recommended with caveats

By Captain Bob

from Island Height, NJ

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  • Quiet
  • Weather Resistant


  • Poor Design

Best Uses

  • Small Boats

Comments about AFI-500 110 Waterproof Wiper Kit:

Purchased as a replacement for an existing rusted out wiper. While this sounds good on paper it had a number of extremely annoying "features".
1) It is waterproof by nature of its 100% plastic case which has a larger diameter shaft which necessitated enlarging the existing mounting hole.
2) The connections are via the small size disconnects which are apparently not sold by West Marine.
3) The markings on the terminals are not visible when the wiper is mounted to the cabin. So... write it down on a piece of paper before installing if you are the forgetful type.
4) After mounting the motor and climbing on the cabin top with the wiper arm itself in hand, I discovered that the set screw to lock the arm to the wiper shaft is an METRIC Allen head bolt. A fact that was not mentioned ANYWHERE in the installation instructions. Of course this was at 7:30 on a Sunday evening.

4) Given the plastic construction of the case, it is VERY easy to strip the plastic threads on the shaft when attempting to torque the mounting nut enough to get a any amount of compression on the rubber seal on the shaft.

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