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Wheel Nut covers

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by K-Dash, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. K-Dash

    K-Dash Member

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    How do you remove these without scratching the wheels and/or the covers themselves. :sorry:
     
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  3. Gti Jazz Blue

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    You should find the Audi tool in the boot, like a set of plastic tweezers but they have a small plastic face that sticks out to hook behing the covers and you then pull them off.

    You should also have the nice plastic screw in peg for locating the wheels when you put them back on.

    Paul
     
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    You can get covers on ebay I think...:think:
     
  5. K-Dash

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    thanks guys.

    Needed to know for later. Damaged one cover last time.

    cheers
     
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    That's the point of a forum in my eyes K-Dash, to learn and to help!
     
  7. MarcQuinlivan

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    I thought it was to make fun of people who decide to buy something other than an Audi....
     
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    haha and that to
     
  9. IN-A3

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    By the way the locking nut one is different.

    Try part no.
    8DO 601 173B/D and 321 601 173 A
     

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