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Lower Door Trims ON!

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by audinary, May 12, 2009.

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    audinary Complete And Utter Member

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    [May 12, 2009]
    How very exciting.

    Seriously, though. Anyone who still has scruffy, corroded, loose fitting, scratched or not-as-good-as-they-once-were lower door trims, do yourself a favour and change them RIGHT NOW.

    I've just done the fronts right now. Euro Car Parts charged £19 each, fitting took me a screwdriver and 5 minutes, and they really transformed the car.

    No photo, because who wants to see a photo of a lower door trim?

    Also today:- Took the time to remove the old "Nigel Grogan of Chelmsford Audi" and "John Austin Servicing and Repair" stickers, cleaned up the rear screen immeasurably.

    And now:[​IMG]
    Representin'
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    hiltoa VAG erfahren

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    Got to agree with the lower trims thang, just replaced them with gen-wine Audi bits (£23 front, £17 rear inc VAT) on my A4 Tqs, dead easy, look great and it's amazing how Austin-Rover the old ones looked!
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    Yea, verily they are the bogs dollocks. Forgot to mention they were Genuine Audi bits, it seems nobody else can be bothered to make them. £19 inc vat.

    And with you on the Rover look! Ha! Check out my Montego 1.8t! It iz phat.
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    excellent price good find
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    Hmm.. I have noticed for some time that mine make the car look as if it's dipped in the middle.

    I don't suppose you have a part number from Euro, do you? Just that we use Euro at work, so would be easy to order. I'm impressed at the price too! Was expecting something more like £50 a piece! lol.
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    ECP are cheap as chips for these. I paid £14 for my rear one and they come with all the main stealer part numbers and mouldings on them. Billy Bargain!
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    [May 18, 2009]
    Don't know the part number, just asked for A4 B5 front door lower trims. They got the right part first tme. And they're 200 yds from where I work!
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    Ok, I'll be on the phone to them asap! Thanks for that mate!
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    [May 27, 2009]
    Did anyone get the part numbers for these door trims from ECP ? I'm just looking at getting my parts to do a service and would like to replace a couple of my naff trims whilst im at it.
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