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can anyone confirm part number is for avant

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by swarcup, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. swarcup

    swarcup Well-Known Member

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    8E5807521A7DL This is it and it is a rear lower valance with the twin cutouts, its the 8e5 part that concerns me but on etka it says its for an avant 1.8t. Can anyone confirm this before i waste my cash.:cool:
     
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  3. ChrisFurlong

    ChrisFurlong Avantageous

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    Thats for the saloon, you need 8E9807521A7DL.
     
  4. mattyboyc

    mattyboyc B6 Veteran
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    If you want the s-line version for the Avant with twin cut-outs the part # = 8E9 807 521 9, this was given to tps and they came back with sline rear valance twin exhaust about £140 ISH if i remember.
     
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    quattrojames Moderator
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    Does it really, whereabouts? I've been warned etka has inaccuracies but I've never knowingly found one.

    'Generally' 8E5 refers to saloon parts, and 8E9 to Avant.....
     
  6. swarcup

    swarcup Well-Known Member

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    Deffo on etka it was listed in the avant section, there are 3 shown and that part number was there on the one with the twin cut outs. Thats why i was a little dubious as its an 8e5 number, Thanks lads for all your help and knowledge again. il keep looking.

    I cant fit an sline lower because i have a removable tow bar and it means i would have to carve a slot out of the centre , but the apron will be ok
     

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