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Cracked RS4 grille

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Macdoon, Jun 3, 2012.

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    [Jun 3, 2012]
    Finally got my car back after the deer strike, new RS4 grille fitted. So now have the old RS4 grille with a crack in it, anyone got any ideas on how to fix it or a glue strong enough, as I will be sticking up for sale as damaged repaired
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    B&Q do a two part superglue that should be man enough. A doubling piece on the back would help too.
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    Is the actual grill broken mate or just the trim?
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    i can buy it as it is but how much does the shipping to Sweden cost :O and how much will you sell it for?
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    Just the trim fella
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    Bit of glue and some vinyl then.
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    i have this exact same issue and need to glue mine! after a fox strike
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    speaking from experiance id rather buy one and repair it myself than someone else do it and end up having to try soort out someone elses mess up



    also ill be quite interested in buyong it????? can you message me
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    Glue
    Sand smooth
    Shiny black vinyl and it will be good as new (nearly)
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    Decided not repair it, so will be up for sale - damaged, open to reasonable offers plus postage or I will bring it to AITP
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    i know you asked for 190 delivered but ill start the ball rolling at 110, or ill have a deal with you on a diesel tuning box, a good one by www.tdi-tuning.co.uk
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    Use a glue called Plexus google it its a 2 part glue and awesome stuff we use it at work will stick that no problems

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    [Jun 8, 2012]
    Sold
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