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Door Blades price??

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

  1. czm

    czm Member

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    I have sourced some OEM door blades from a local breakers yard and he is asking £155+VAT for them. Good condition but I am going to ge then prep'd and sprayed up anyways.

    Good price or not?

    Also anything else I need to know on these before I go ahead?
     
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  3. gavsman

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    Sounds like a good price, I'm sure someone on here has said that they are over £400 new for the set of 4
     
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    They're a £100 ish each new and will still need paint.

    That's not as much of a bargain as I've seen on here, but it's not a bad price.

    Are they S-Line or S4 blades?
     
  5. czm

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    I beleive they are S line ones

    Is there a difference? Which are better
     
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    ^ there's some real value on that floor and it ain't the marble;)
     
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    It's not that he's obsessed, more just 'wealthy' - has a parquet floor of S4/sline blades y'know...







    :undwech:
     
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    Lol I wish! That's not my picture, look at the Audizine link below it ......!
     
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    I knew it isn't yours QJ - your floors are genuine carbon S4/RS4 in herringbone:cool:













    (no more i promise, that's a WRAP!)
     
  11. czm

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    Will S line door blades from 2005 facelift A4 saloon fit ok on my 2004 B6 Avant??
    Trying to swing £150 cash for them but want to be sure they are going to fit.
     
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    Yes they'll be fine.
     
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    Cheers m8 :0
     
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    Not sure about price now, but last time I checked 4 yrs ago, they were £260 for the full set of S-Line blades...

    S-Line are a bit smaller and more discreet, but provide a very nice "squat" look...

    S4 blades are bigger and usually left in matt black (although it was an option to have them colour coded): they look good on a real S4, but I'm not sure about them on regular A4's... bonus is they usually don't need spraying :)
     
  15. czm

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    Ok got the Sline ones form him £150 cash!!

    Need to get them sprayed up but pretty pleased with that price for OEM parts.
     
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    Sorry to hijack your post mate, i tried to take one of mine off the other day out of interest as I was replacing my winder mechanism thought Id see if I could get it off, up did the screw and mind wouldnt budge well and truly stuck on anyone got any tips on prising them off?

    I know they should slide off but I presume as they have been on the car since new and are probably full of gunk its going to be one of those where a bit of elbow greace is needed eh?
     

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