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S line black edition mud flaps

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by wee_gus, Sep 22, 2013.

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    [Sep 22, 2013]
    As above does anyone know if audi did mud flaps for the 2009 A3 s line black edition?
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    [Sep 22, 2013]
    Yes, they cost about £60ish from TPS.
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    They are the same one that fit the sport and SE but Audi say these will not fit the S-line body kit which is not true as many of us have these mud flaps fitted with no problems me inclued.
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    [Sep 23, 2013]
    Audi told me they can't be fitted to the front of the s-line due to the sill extenders but can be fitted to the rear. Do they fit the front without modification? If not why would they say what they did?
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    There is a mounting point on the front flaps which sits up againest this sill extender but there is no hole in this extender for the fixing to go through,Some people may have made a hole in extender but I,ve just used the 3 fixing points in the wheel arch and used some strong glue to stick the flap up againest sill extender as it's only a flat piece of plastic with a hole in it and you cannot see it unless you get down on your hands and knees and look under the car or untill the cars up on a ramp. You don't realy have to do that either as I found that the 3 fixing points in the wheel arch made a good fit any way
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