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  1. biggaz76
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    [Aug 16, 2006]
    Hi all, please forgive me if i commit a few grammatical mistakes, or indeed post new threads that have been discussed elsewhere!

    I have recently purchased an A3 2.0 TDi Sport. No problems with it so far, however was wondering if it is possible to retro-fit the front armrest that you get with the SE. Have got an arm rest from a scrappie, hoewever, it looks like there could be some cutting involved with the centre console - something that my wife is none too pleased about. I have done a search through previous posts, however i was unable to find exactly what i was after. From what i did read though, it all seems very friendly, with most people willing to help each other out. I hope i can offer something in return!

    Any help would be most gratefully recieved!
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    marmite Counting the Tesco Club points

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    [Aug 16, 2006]
    hello and welcome
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    silver75 Big Ron

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    Ello mate Im sure it can be retro fitted... welcome
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    [Aug 16, 2006]
    The armrest fits in a slot between the ashtray and the cubby hole. You access the bolt that holds the armrest in by removing the rear ashtray. If you haven't got a slot then you have to cut a hole in the center console! Believe it or not you can't order a console with a hole already in. If you (or your wife) are worried about cutting it it might be easier to get a console from a scrapyard with a hole cut in already.
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    [Aug 21, 2006]
    Hello and welcome.
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