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    It was £85, from Audi Parts Direct

    Just drop them an email.
     
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    Hi All,

    Does anyone know if this part is in stock yet? I cant find it anywhere.

    Thanks
     
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    Got the cup holders from Audi parts Direct
    Does any one know how to fit it?
    Can any one point me to a video?
    Just worried about damaging anything :-)
     
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    Looking at the parts diagram my guess would be that the original blank levers out, and the new piece snaps in with screws tp help keep it in place.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamsandwitch View Post
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    I think this what you are after. It is a bit rediculous they don't come with cupholders as standard!
    It is indeed crazy thatís cup holders in the rear - that you get on nearly all cars - arenít standard.

    I have an A7 Vorsprung, which comes with basically everything as standard. Well almost.

    My one optional extra was, you guessed it, £100 for rear cup holders!

    Nuts!!
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    TBH, when I have had rear passengers, they would use the door bins, or the car would be fully loaded with holiday stuff or all 3 seats taken.

    No way I was paying £100 for something that should be standard.

    On a flip side, the last time I has rear passengers in my old car. There drinks would not fit, so they needed to use the door bins anyway.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by rapport25 View Post
    On a flip side, the last time I has rear passengers in my old car. There drinks would not fit, so they needed to use the door bins anyway.

    Lol - yes there is that too! Had to buy new cups to fit!!
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    Good Afternoon All,

    Just seen this thread after doing some searching for a rear cupholder. - I've found a cupholder but before committing to buying I wanted to ask if anyone had fitted it themselves and have any advice? I see the O.P. had it done for them, but has anyone done it themselves on here?

    Cheers
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brightside18 View Post
    Good Afternoon All,

    Just seen this thread after doing some searching for a rear cupholder. - I've found a cupholder but before committing to buying I wanted to ask if anyone had fitted it themselves and have any advice? I see the O.P. had it done for them, but has anyone done it themselves on here?

    Cheers
    I recently had a dash cam fitted by Chameleon and I cheekily asked the installer he'd fit the cup holder which he did. He said it was quick once he found a couple of screws?
     
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