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    [Mar 22, 2012]
    Got myself a black RS4 interior trim (headliner, pillars and all the bits), I've searched and found a couple of good DIY threads.

    I will need to remove my rear seats as the headliner will need to come out through the boot, now I think I might have a problem.....can the rear seat panel be removed? I don't have 60/40 splits! TIA.


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    [Mar 22, 2012]
    I bought an interior off a mate, then realised mine is a fixed back and I wasn't prepared to cut away at the back seats so had to give him back the interior like.

    But i wouldn't mind changing my pillars and roof lining to black, so once you figure how to get the roof out ull have to let me know lad
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    [Mar 22, 2012]
    Here's hoping
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    [Mar 22, 2012]
    when i had mine fitted it came out the doors
    but then again the bloke that did it knows hios ****
    was all in and fitted in 90 mins
    theres screws and bolts hid alover the place tho
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    [Mar 22, 2012]
    Thanks Lee, my mate knows his stuff, strips and reassembles trims as part of his job, but just wasn't sure about A4's
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    [Mar 23, 2012]
    just out interest how much did u pay for the trim?
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    [Mar 24, 2012]
    £120 advertised
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    Good price that Mac.
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    [Mar 26, 2012]
    Well happy, just gotta go pick it up, 6 hours away, but will be a good road trip, me and a mate in his van lol
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    [Mar 26, 2012]
    Find it hard to find anything matthew999 can dislike about my post, but alas.

    Anyway mac, well those road trips are the best huh, I remember when me & an old work mate used to sit in friday afternoon traffic on the 25, he had a crappy old pair of glasses with some tape/plaster or the like on the corner & look out the window at other cars with funny faces, used to make me piss myself seeing peoples reactions to his face lmfao, classic times man, hopefully I've grown up a bit now lol.
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    Definately will be reverting to childhood antics Nigel lol
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    If you cant have a laugh then whats left huh fella lmfao, enjoy the drive, safely :)
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    [Mar 29, 2012]
    I'm in the exact same position. Have the black headlining, trims etc in the garage waiting to be fitted, just need to spend a day doing it. I too have non-folding seats, so I guess I'm going to have to try and squeeze it out of one of the rear doors!
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    that is a good price yeh,

    well if anyone one of u guys decides against fitting your interior trim, ive got cash waiting ;)
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    [Apr 3, 2012]
    16 hour round trip - Essex - Strathblane - Essex, with a lunch & dinner break, treated my mate to a haggis supper (haggis & chips) lol he loved it. All the bits are in mint condition :icon_thumright:, deal done at £100, £150 on fuel, and a great road trip = bargain.

    Anyway just gotta wait for a dry day to get the job done........
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    [Apr 18, 2012]
    Sold my car now, and never got round to installing the headliner. So its up for grabs!

    Complete headliner and all trimmings. I'm looking for £150 for the whole lot. Get in contact with me if your interested.
    Could always arrange a courier if its easier, but would cost a bit due to the size.
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    [May 12, 2012]
    Finally got round to fitting the black headlining and trims today, actual headlining came out through the rear door without a problem, whole job took around 4 hours.
    Would have been a lot quicker, but the damned rear 1/4 light trim :banghead: was a nightmare to get out and back in.

    Started a "how to", 2 pics in battery died grrrrr lol.

    So a complete light headlining and trims up for grabs lol

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