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This is the spacer that would normally fit between the filter mount and the fender. The 95 A3 Cabrio has shorter studs that did not allow the spacer to be installed. Note how little of the studs is projecting through the nuts even without the spacer installed.
· Date: Fri June 26, 2009 · Views: 637 · Filesize: 58.9kb, 761.3kb · Dimensions: 2048 x 1536 ·
Keywords: filter mount spacer
Event Date: 26 June 2009
Member(s)/Cars Shown: Lug_Nut
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