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  • Originally posted by bright blue View Post

    Hi , sent you a message ref the grill rings , would not let me post on the advert that i had sent you a message
    Have responded by PM

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    • Originally posted by rustybullethole View Post

      Have responded by PM
      Thanks , email sent over to you

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      • These door trims are really becoming a problem. I need to replace two of mine, or at the very least glue in new metal channels and do the best I can with the appearance of the trim. So far I've struggled to find a local fabricator who will make up a couple of channels . . . it's just the sort of small crappy job that none of them want to take on. In fact, one guy offered to do it for A$1,500 . . . that's about £800!!

        I'm getting so desperate that I've been looking at furniture drawer runners to see if any might do the job.

        Any brilliant ideas gents?!

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        Nick

        1995 Audi RS2 . . . plus a few other old German cars

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        • Why not make some youself? Buy some aluminium plate 1mm thick. Cut to size and make a former with timber. It's very easy to fold and work with. If you were down the road, I'd give you a hand
          Nothelle S2 Avant in restoration
          Wr Ur Quattro (also in restoration)

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          • kinaputt any progresses with the prototype?

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            • Originally posted by Jiri View Post
              kinaputt any progresses with the prototype?
              I will make an update next week, I hope.

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              • Next week is now ... I have 3D-printed two parts of the design and glued them together, for testing on a RS2.

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                • Well good works need some time. hope the result is good

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                  • First test fit on a RS2 yesterday.
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                    • Very nice . Well done for persevering

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                      • looks good

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                        • Looking good, keep up the good work

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