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Toebar on quattro?

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by blanc, May 12, 2011.

  1. blanc

    blanc Member

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    I know its going to look rotten, however I race motorbikes and need a toebar. Does anyone do or have one suitable for the 2.5 avant quattro?
     
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  3. AU01 A4

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    you can get a removable toe bar, dont known anything about them, someone will be a long soon
     
  4. jdp1962

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    If you're just looking for a towbar please try a wanted advert in the classifieds.
     
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    I have a towbar on my B7. It's a westfalia detachable and you can't tell anything is fitted with out the towball on. The electrics swing up behind the bumper when not in use. Fitted it my self, including factory ecu for towing.
     
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    swarcup Well-Known Member

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    i have the same car as yourself and have a removeable brink towbar, the electrics swing up behind the bumper when not in use
     
  9. blanc

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    Thanks Swarcup sounds like what I need, my car has some sorth of rs4 style rear bumper hope it works. Steve
     
  10. blanc

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    [​IMG]

    Rear of car, please dont slab off the rs4 badge, its ****, the last owner did it, i removed the lacker off the side skirt trying to remove the others so have no option but to keep it there.
     
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    Ah..... good luck fitting a towbar to that. I can't think of a single one on the market that will have a big enough "swan neck" to get down and under that bottom bumper addition.

    Thats a cut to the lower bumper install if ever I saw one.
     
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  12. BahnStormer77

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    lol @ toe-bar.... I thought that's wht the missus rests her feet on after she's had a pedicure....

    Westfalia detatchable allt he way!

    Doesn;t look bad at all, compeltely invisible when "stowed":
    Under the skirt:
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    Deployed:
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    10 secs later (hook is unclipped and the electrics pushed up):
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  13. swarcup

    swarcup Well-Known Member

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    that by the look of it that is the votex kit(extra from audi) the standard profile of the bumper needs a little cut but it remains invisible, that is overglued to standard bumper so will need a little extra removing hope its not to bad
     
  14. snowball1969

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    I have the same as lostbok, westfalia detachable, and the bumper still required some minor modification to allow clearance for tow bar which is hardly noticeable (is if you know what you are looking for), but I think the problem you are going to have is that your lower bumper sticks out a lot further which will require quiet a bit of modification.

    Good luck have you actually contacted a tow bar fitter to get an idea of what work is involved?
     
  15. BahnStormer77

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    swarcup mine is retrofitted OEM S-Line, but looks fatter as it's the solid TDI version....
     

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