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How Many Boot/curry Hooks Are In The Boot Of A S3 Saloon?

Discussion in 'New A3/S3 (8V Chassis)' started by Bristle Hound, Aug 27, 2014.

  1. Bristle Hound

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    Just wondering how many boot/curry hooks are in the boot of a S3 saloon

    I have two in my current A4 and find them invaluable, especially for takeaways :laugh:

    Just wondering whether I may need to 'transfer' one :D

    These are 'em -
     

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  3. AllanG

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    I have the same hooks in the boot of my A3 saloon....as you say, I find them very useful.
     
  4. RichardT

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    When my A3 saloon finally arrives I won't allow any takeaways or fish and chips in it!!
    That's what the wife's car is for!!!
     
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    How many have you? :think:
     
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    No eating in the car, only carrying from takeaway to home ;) :thumbs up:
     
  7. Foxtrot_Oscar

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    The advantage of the S3 having heated seats if just for that task. Transporting the take-away home and keeping it warm on the seat. I see no other use for heated seats.
     
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  8. AllanG

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    Just one twin hook, the same as in your photo.
     
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    Really? None at all? How about warming you up in the winter?
     
  10. Bristle Hound

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    Thanks Allan :thumbs up:

    I'll 'acquire' one out of the A4 then ;):D
     
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    Never used the hooks and I certainly will not be transporting any take aways in my car. That's what home delivery is for...
     
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    Will they fit?

    Does the HB get these?
     
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    Sure do Chall's. Standard fit right across the Audi range :thumbs up:

    & no HB doesn't get 'em :(
     
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    Presume they just mount to the parcel shelf do they then? Guess the HB won't have the mount points
     
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    On my A4 saloon, they are mounted on the bodywork frame underneath the rear shelf :)
     
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    Difference between the hatchback and the saloon is that the bodywork the hook is fitted too on the saloon is metal whereas the sb is made of only a low weight bearing substance. Perhaps this is why the hooks aren't fitted to that model...
     
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    Found a pic of a S3 saloon boot

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    You can see just the one strap on the left of boot as you look at it :thumbs up:
     
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    i have never ever used these hooks i use the straps on them to hold my umbrella goes between the two but never used the hooks i assumed they were just there for the cargo netting
     
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    You put takeaway curry in the boot?!

    Asking for trouble, even if it is on a hook!

    #splitbag
     
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    Never had a problem in 5 1/2 years using 'em on my old A4 :thumbs up:

    Before I sold my A4 I was able to 'acquire' a spare hook from it for the new car ;)
     
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    Gods teeth, a curry bag in the boot of the saloon. Whatever is the world coming to...
     

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