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How easy is it to remove the audi rings from the front and back to spray black???

M22_PRE Feb 18, 2008

  1. M22_PRE

    M22_PRE A4 autovogue style

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    How easy is it to remove the audi rings from the front and back to spray black??? or is there any companies that already sell them in black chrome like they do for the vw range???
     
  2. ChuckH

    ChuckH Member

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    They are stuck on with tape on the back of them So apply a little heat and they should come off reasonably easy ! You can get replacements of E bay that are Genuine parts for around a fiver :icon_thumright:
     
  3. knotty

    knotty thirsty green posing machine

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    Or you can "saw" the badge off with a piece of thin string then soften and remove any tape residue with white spirit .
    Flat the chrome with 800 grade wet n dry paper or steel wool then etch prime and paint..
     
  4. M22_PRE

    M22_PRE A4 autovogue style

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    cheers bud is that the same for the front aswell?? what is the best paint to use to match to the grill
     
  5. 46TheDoctor

    46TheDoctor Valentino Rossi A.K.A The Doctor

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    Even better than string, fishing line is best then white spirit, and you want satin black as the paint.
     
  6. knotty

    knotty thirsty green posing machine

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    I think the front one is clipped on and are usually knackered once you try to remove them easier to by a new one they arnt much, Halfords do some nice acrylic paint if its satin you want them warm the badge slightly first it makes the thinners evaporate quicker giving a more uniform satiness
     
  7. Nelson15

    Nelson15 Member

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    New ones are about £13-£14 for audi dealers, the clip on at outer edges, and top and bottom of all the rings.
     
  8. andyccr

    andyccr 2003 1.8T Sport Ebony Black A4 Cabriolet

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    Dental floss is also ideal for getting behind the badges !
     

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