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Front lower Fog grills

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by All_Torque, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. All_Torque

    All_Torque Member

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    Hi people, you'll have to excuse my stupidity i'm after some advice and a pointer in the right direction (hopefully)

    I currently have a B6 Sport which sports the honeycomb type lower fog grill
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    What i want to do is change them for the S4 style slatted grills so the front end looks all the same
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    What i'm curious about is whether they will, a) fit the current front end and b) where can i get them from without saying 'Audi'!

    Cheers in advance for the help :icon_thumright:
     
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  3. quattrojames

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    They'll not fit straight out of the box, as the the gmbh ones clip in, whereas the S4 ones are kind of mounted 'into' the bumper - and I'm sure the sizes are different. I daresay with some work you could adapt them. Maybe.

    Try pjmspeedy on here for some prices to (generally) beat Audi.

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  4. BahnStormer77

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    The "bulllet" style ones that are more common on the B7's (and virtually identical to the S4 pic you have above), are one of the options: you should just be able to order the parts as per the vag-cat picture above...
     
  5. rawtor51

    rawtor51 Active Member

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    sorry to drag up this old thread , i tried searching but how do these grill come out, the honeycombe ones.

    Im too scared to pull hard incase i break somthing:blush:
     
  6. marktdisport

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    just a small tug and the pop out m8
     
  7. rawtor51

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    Thank you buddy:icon_thumright:
     
  8. marktdisport

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    they can be a little delicate plastic pegs but mine easily pull out
     
  9. rawtor51

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    Thanks Mark , i will try not to break them:icon_thumright:
     

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