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Yea I've heard of them, got their stainless TDI one on my baby[^].

What ever you do, dont buy them from that link you've posted, you can get them direct from lockwood, I did & paid 29quid inc P&P.

Take a serch bach through the posts in interior & you should find a link to their website on my post[:D]
 

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My girlfriend, i mean Santa!, just bought me some for Christmas! Twas a nice surprise when i opened it up. Very shiny, heavy (stainless steel). Just need a decent day to wash car and fit them. Will post a pic when i do.
 

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yeap, got them ages ago direct from lockwood - good service, arrived next day and they look good.

thumbs up all the way.

as said before, take the black plastic of first. Seeing as you've got a silver car it's the only way to go. Best to use a hair drier to soften the platic first and just pull gently.

p.s. like some of the specials on the dcp site - bmw side repeaters were 20.95 yours for 25.99 [:D]
 

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Very nice grellow but would they not have looked even better if you had removed the black plastic beforehand?

I have emailed Lockwood asking if they do these as a 5dr set with GTI on them, Its a close call between those and the Anni ones.
 

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Quote: posted by EddyH on 01/01/2005 15:57:54

I think the Oettinger one's would suit your car Gary although they are a little pricey.

There are very pricey, I have emailed RSD twice regarding them without reply!!
 

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Yeah Matty, thats me trying to sell my rear valance ready for the Anniversary one going on next Saturday.

Thanks for the heads up though as it has happened before where members cars have been used without permission on ebay ads.
 

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Gary, Wouldn't it peel the paint off by pulling the plasticy thing off?

Would a hair dryer get hot enough to unset the glue on it?

Also i thought the plastic was there for a reason, or just a simple kind of door sill cover to protect the paintwork?
 

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Quote: posted by 180Turbo on 02/01/2005 09:18:10

Gary, Wouldn't it peel the paint off by pulling the plasticy thing off?

Would a hair dryer get hot enough to unset the glue on it?

Also i thought the plastic was there for a reason, or just a simple kind of door sill cover to protect the paintwork?

The plastic is just glued on but the glue is lowish tack.

I used a hairdrier to make the plastic flexible ( 1 deg C when I did mine) and they literally peeled of with v.little glue left behind. Bit of road tar remover did the job.

The plastic is just there to protect the paint.
 

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Quote: posted by 180Turbo on 01/01/2005 14:54:32

grellow, what about the hole with plastic grommit thing in each sill? did you take them out?

the sill plates don't interfere with these, I think they are drains so shouldn't be touched.
 
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