Ah, OK. No worries.
If you mean the thin metal guard that goes behind the disc, they're not expensive. However, it's a caliper-off job to fit them.
I agree about Audis lack of interest. The repeated problems owners are having with the unprotected air con condenser design fault is a prime...
I've just switched to Pagid discs and pads, mainly due to their corrosion resistance, but also the cost and performance.
From reading various posts on here over the years, you may also have to modify your suspension to prevent your car looking like a beach buggy.
Not any more, from what the Lincoln branch told me recently. Bit like Howdens for cars now.
Phil-1, what colour are your wheels ? And on what colour car ?
2013 = pre-facelift
Alix and Sandra, sitting in a tree. . . .
4. Been on lockdown too long.
Would have Pagid again and you can't skimp on safety.
Can't comment on caliper covers. Not something I've seen.
Pagid discs and pads. Reasonably priced, don't rust.
Any chance of a picture of your whole car ? Would like to see how the wheels look please.
My jack sits in the spare tyre well, in a little holder on the left.
Mine's Brilliant Red and my big worry was the colour match.
As soon as is sensibly possible, I'll get booked in to G & W.
What colour was your Dad's car, and how good was the colour match ?
It most certainly was. . . and thanks for the recommendation
Have been quoted £300 for a full front bumper respray (due to lacquer peel) from an Audi approved bodyshop near Lincoln.
Just not yet though ?
From ECP the Sachs ones are best part of £100 inc VAT each. Tried Autodoc, where they had the correct ones on sale at £70 each, but they told me...
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