wouldn't be worth trying to restick ones that has been removed mate, shouldn't be stupid money at a dealer, and would look a much better final job once fitted
I've helped a few friends re-add badges for sale, the trick I've found is to fully remove the old adhesive, take a new piece of the slim width double sided 3m tape, trace the cut outs and exacto a few millimeters inside the line. Tedious to some, but for those with OCD it's funwouldn't be worth trying to restick ones that has been removed mate, shouldn't be stupid money at a dealer, and would look a much better final job once fitted
Thread jack! :ninja2:I need a set of these also but haven't been able to find any at reasonable money
So do I...... 500 miles today.I wish I had a V8......:-( oh well, silly mileage per year dictates I have to have an oil burner, I use my own car for business.
That's why you own a TDI and an S5 My Cup Edition got me from Denver to Vegas nonstop on 14 gallons of diesel so 52.7mpg going at least the speed limit the entire way. I don't want to feel my wallet bite me so I won't do the math of taking the S5 though the mountain turns would be much more fun!So do I...... 500 miles today.