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    fwd A3 owners

    I've just got myself a OE dog guard for my S3 but its to tall to fit as it should, i think its for fwd A3's only. With the rear seats down is there a step up into the boot or is it flush with the back of the seats? On the S3 there is a step of approx an inch up from the back of the seats when laid flat.

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    There's no step up on the a3. The S3's and a3 Quattro's have smaller boots.

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    A3's have a deeper boots due to no rear axle or huge exhaust back box
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Steve View Post
    A3's have a deeper boots due to no rear axle or huge exhaust back box
    A3 has no rear axle, what do they have instead then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenCar View Post
    A3 has no rear axle, what do they have instead then?


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    If i remember correctly its called a torsion bar

 

 

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