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Undertray clips

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by cnut, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. cnut
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    Does anyone have the part numbers for the undertray clips? I'm doing an oil change at the weekend and I thought I might as well replace the missing clips at the same time. Also how many are there overall?

    Cheers,

    Phil
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    Here ya go mate! It's 8D0 805 121, not sure what the one with the 'B' suffix is

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    Top man!

    I noticed they have two part numbers 18mm silver ones and 20mm black ones do you know which ones I would need? :s
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    I just got this from ebay. I had various ones missing here and there and thought a selection of the required bits would be easier than identifying individual items. It means I have spares now, too.
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    Good find.
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    Personally I'd replace the locking half turn screws and clips. Lost count of the times the under tray has dropped on one side on my B5. I now use heavy duty plastic zip ties. Clip them off to access and use new ones after each service. Solid as a rock.
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    I use tie wraps on mine too. They're so cheap, strong and quick to use.
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    Replaced all screws on mine then got my timing belt etc done at Edinburgh Audi they just cable tied it together. Didn't notice till next oil change. Cable ties for me. Less hassle.
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