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    Funky Valves on RS4

    Has anyone noticed the really nice looking aluminium valve assembly on the RS4 wheels. I saw some today in Reading Audi (whilst waiting hours and hours for parts dept to appear).Are they a standard part or are they specifically designed for the RS4 alloys? If they are universal I wouldn't mind getting some for mine rather than the black rubber ones. Your thoughts?
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    they get nicked by little gits on bikes

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    Is this what u looking for?!? try the link...i was trying to add a name to the it but i failed...
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/AUDI-TYRE-STEM...QQcmdZViewItem
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    Ah they look alright. Are they quite big that they stick out like a sore thumb? I think anything too big would actually make it look bad =/
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    yea maybe ... but if you look at the thread in the picture they don't really look that big. But you might lose them as soon as you leave your car by the road ...
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    No nothing like that!!!!

    A quality peice of hardware the whole shaft and cap ware annodised ali.

    I'll take photo of one when I see it. I doubt you could buy them ebay.
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    You can just make them out on this photo:



    One would need to put remove the tyres to add these, as it is a complete valve assembly.

    Found Another:

    Last edited by Badley; 24th March 2007 at 20:16.
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    Ok, I've found that they are part of the TPMS:




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