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Transporting a set of seats...

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by symun, Jul 14, 2011.

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    I am looking at bidding on a leather interior for my car, if i win i need to know if it will fit in an A4 saloon for me to pick up.
    I presume i could get fronts seats in boot, and the rears in the rear.......Any one done this....
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    why not remove the passenger and rear seats before you go,then fit the leather when you get there,with only the drivers seat to find room for.

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    Its only a 90 mile trip, plus if i use the rear seat removal trick then i could possibly pick up a set of 18 inch alloys on my way back.
    Hmmmm some emailing and haggling to sort out.
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    LOL. Go for it :superman:
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    i use paisley freight all the time, highly recommended. Oh and there is not a chance in hell of fitting a set of alloys with a front seat in your car. Even without the front seat it will be a struggle
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    I have done the reat seat trick to fit an interior in the car. There is no way to fit a set of alloys and tyres in too, they take up the whole back seat on their own.
    perhaps fit the 18s and leave the old wheels on the side of the road maybe,lol
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    just wishful thinking at the moment. haven't bid on interior yet and the wheels are a non selling ebay listing that i was going to be cheeky and offer less than his starting bid. some good ideas so far though, except leaving perfectly good 16 inch alloys at the side of the road.
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    Wohoo just won the interior, 72 quid for black leather seats..........tidy...
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    Bl66dy heck, well done you :sm4:
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    all fitted. rear been cleaned just need to give fronts a good wipe over. will take pics once I've vacuumed as its a bit dirty at the mo.
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    had a look on ebay earlier and there is a set identical as what i won on there listed as S4 recaros and they are buy it now at £495.
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    Got yourself a bargain mate nice one, you got any pics
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