Shiny triangular trim on rear doors need changing.

Crossmax

Registered User
Hello all.
Noticed recently that the triangular trim on the rear passenger doors is looking a bit rough. Anyone out there ever change them before, if so is it a hard job to do??

Peter
 

Arrkon

Back in a "B"
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have to remove the upper frame, and i think there is one bolt holding it to the frame.
 

Arrkon

Back in a "B"
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Moderator
Regional Rep
have to remove the upper frame, and i think there is one bolt holding it to the frame.
sorry, thats on the B6 A4, cant see a separate part listed for the C6...

Correction, my statement about the B6 stands... (item 14 in pic below)
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Crossmax

Registered User
Anyone know what it's actually called, what to look up the part number for it on the database?
 

KrisKrk

A6 C6 4F 2010 LeMans Avant
Peter, it is hard job to replace it.

I wrapped mine in carbon vinyl with B pillar also but will remove it.
Thinking of painting my exhaust tips and boxes in black and wanted them two pieces to match it. Found BBQ black matte paint for the exhaust and will do the B pillar and that triangular also, I think.

If not wrapped, paint it in black gloss. Will be much easier.
 

Crossmax

Registered User
Hi Kris.
Thanks for getting back to me, mine arebubbled and chipped, did you put carbon wrap straight onto them or did you sand/scrape them down first??

Regards
Peter
 

KrisKrk

A6 C6 4F 2010 LeMans Avant
Mine were perfect, Peter so wrapped it without any sanding. Degreased it prior to vinyl for better adhesive job. Just don't like glossy bits on my car.
 
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