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Replacement Car Mats?

K-Dash Feb 6, 2008

  1. K-Dash

    K-Dash Member

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    Want to get some new ones, only really need the front two (as usual) but of course they come as a set.

    Don't want **** ones.

    anyone else replaced theirs?
    or know where to get some?

    Many Thankoos.
    Anthony.
     
  2. steveg9

    steveg9 Member

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    try eBay! Almost everything there!!
     
  3. Kev_M5KPL

    Kev_M5KPL Member

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    i found a set including delivery for about £20.00 so they are out there.
     
  4. Bong Water

    Bong Water In two minds

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    Anywhere other than Ebay?

    Audi want £40 odd just for the fronts
     
  5. Kev_M5KPL

    Kev_M5KPL Member

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    hhmm in lincoln we have a company called GSF and you can get a lot of carpart from there unsure about mats though i need to speak to them myself anyways
     
  6. Amchlolor

    Amchlolor Active Member

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    Sod all wrong with ebay, I've bought several sets of mats from there.
    Failing that, type 'car mats' into your search engine.
    There are several companies come up.
    Autostyle, for example.
     
  7. SteveTDCi

    SteveTDCi Active Member

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    carmats4u and autostyle are 2 that spring to mind. Autostyle I've used and are very good. I'm looking for a new set for the A3 and then getting them embroidered.
     
  8. d3fy

    d3fy Active Member

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    ebay - I just got two genuine fronts last week for £20 delivered
     
  9. Bong Water

    Bong Water In two minds

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    I dislike ebay and refuse to use it but I will have a google, you reminded me of eurocarparts I reckon they will have them
     
  10. Amchlolor

    Amchlolor Active Member

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    I don't like ebay either, but you can often get the same stuff, from the same supplier, for cheaper than their 'direct' website.
     
  11. d3fy

    d3fy Active Member

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    Your call, but the savings out weigh the risks
     
  12. h5djr

    h5djr Well-Known Member VCDS Map User Gold Supporter quattro Audi A3

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    I bought quite a lot of items on eBay, mostly models and some computer and PDA software and never had any problems at all. Always use PayPal and look for a supplier with a near 100% record and you should be OK. I also sold a number of items and equally had no problems.
     
  13. N8

    N8 Kowalski Details VCDS Map User

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    Theres nothing wrong with flebay :uhm:
     
  14. steveg9

    steveg9 Member

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    Had just one bad experience on eBay: bought and PayPal ' d an Audi keyfob. Waited. Waited. Emailed vendor 'hi any problem please note I paid promptly - no feedback'. Emailed again a week later. Nothing. Raised problem with PayPal, waited then escalated to them. Bingo two weeks later full PayPal refund. Nothing ever from the vendor but eBay / PayPal worked
     
  15. Amchlolor

    Amchlolor Active Member

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    Ebay will be harder to call in future, seeing as they're banning negative feedback on sellers, I believe?
     
  16. redbutcher

    redbutcher Member

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    "Sellers will no longer be able to leave negative or neutral Feedback for buyers. This change will be introduced in May, 2008."

    Quote from the link below.

    clicky
     
  17. h5djr

    h5djr Well-Known Member VCDS Map User Gold Supporter quattro Audi A3

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    This will only apply to SELLERS. Purchasers will still be able to leave good, neutral or bad feedback about sellers, so a sellers feedback rating will still be important and relevant. If fact it may be even more relevant as purchasers will not be put off giving negative feedback and risking getting negative feedback from a seller in retaliation.
     

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