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TT Pedals ?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by mattyboy199, Nov 25, 2005.

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    [Nov 25, 2005]
    Got hold of some TT pedals off ebay but they dont fit ?

    Why is this ?

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    [Nov 25, 2005]
    the clutch and break should fit regardless, the accelerator can be LHD / RHD specific, have a look at the two links in the FAQ, they should answer any questions!
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    Stopped buying stuff for cars on e-bay, its just full of /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/swear.gif quality merchandise most of the time.
    Go to VAG.com and get a proper set that will fit, for less than £30.
    Unless of course they are orignals in which case make sure you put them in boiling hot water first for about 10 mins to help them stretch a little when fitting. Still a bit painful on your finger tips to get them over the pedals, but percivere (sp) and they should go on.

    best of luck
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    [Nov 26, 2005]
    got mine from audi

    leave the acelerator cover on and fit new over the top.
    used a bit of silicone to hold it never moved yet
    other 2 were very easy using the boiling water method as previously mentioned
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    Stopped buying stuff for cars on e-bay, its just full of /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/swear.gif quality merchandise most of the time.
    Go to VAG.com and get a proper set that will fit, for less than £30.
    Unless of course they are orignals in which case make sure you put them in boiling hot water first for about 10 mins to help them stretch a little when fitting. Still a bit painful on your finger tips to get them over the pedals, but percivere (sp) and they should go on.

    best of luck

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    Boiling water does make it much, much easier. I've bought loads of stuff off ebay and it's always been of good quality. Just check what your buying and ask loads of questions.
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    [Dec 3, 2005]
    I'm going to get a set from Audi...is there a specific part number i need for a 99' model or is it a case of one set fits all A3's ?
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    Have a look in the FAQ at the top of the page, in one of the two threads there is everything you need to know, including the correct part numbers.
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    [Dec 4, 2005]
    thanks mate..found them.
    I'll order them tomorrow.
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