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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by saundii, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. saundii

    saundii New Member

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    I want to buy a cover for an A4 cabriolet when the roof is down to protect the interior.

    Does anyone know of a supplier?
     
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  3. Cabbyfan

    Cabbyfan Active Member

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    Put the roof up :thrashi:
     
  4. saundii

    saundii New Member

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    I was hoping for a sensible response - thanks for nothing!
     
  5. Cabbyfan

    Cabbyfan Active Member

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    Lol sorry fella couldn't resist. So you want to cover the car completely but with the roof down ? You storing it in a garage or something ?
     
  6. saundii

    saundii New Member

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    No problem. I want to have the roof down and just cover the cockpit so that I don't have to keep putting the roof up and down.
     
  7. cocain

    cocain RAA RAA like a dungeon dragon!

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    Uh?????
    It would probably take the same amount of time and I'm not sure if such a thing exists. Lol
     
  8. rjm180

    rjm180 Active Member

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    From memory, which isnt that great these days, I think in the owners manual it says something about not having the roof open for x amount of time/days as it will make creasing worse or something like that.
     
  9. Cabbyfan

    Cabbyfan Active Member

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    sunny = roof down
    rain = roof up

    plus a got a brand new outer roof skin in the loft :)
     
  10. rjm180

    rjm180 Active Member

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    Ah

    Sorry i miswrote that. It wasnt supposed to have the word 'not' in the sentence.

    If you have the roof in the open position too long it can cause the creasing to be worse or something like that.

    It should have read:

    "From memory, which isnt that great these days, I think in the owners manual it says something about you shouldn't have the roof open for x amount of time/days as it will make creasing worse or something like that."
     
  11. Slinepete

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    Is that not what the roof is for seems an odd request
     

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