I ordered a set of S/RS style Audi A6 Dead Pedal, Fuel Pedal and Brake Pedal. They are replicas, but by far the best replica i have ever seen. I saved over 50% on the price.
I bought them from a great seller on ebay for 100$ shipped, instead of paying 200-250$ +shipping for Original ones
You can compare them head to head with the original oem made in germany, and you wouldn't find a single difference except that it's not made in germany. They look 100% original, the quality is superb, 100% exactly like the Made in Germany
I saw those right after I bought the audi ones on eBay for $222.00 with shipping from Germany. Mine showed up today actually and comparing them to your pictures, they look really close if not identical.
They really are 99% identical, i was soooo suprised and amazed by the quality. The 1% difference, is that the part number is not written on the back, aside from that, its 100% the same quality and looks.
I got the Chrom seat switches for 30$ shipped from the same seller. He is a really nice guy, who is trying to jump his business. You can refer my name to him Khalil, for additional discounts.
Are these real aluminum or chromed plastic? Do they come with installation instructions?
2012 A6 3.0T Prestige S-Line Sport Suspension Pirelli P-Zero 255/35/20
[Glacier White Metallic // Black Milano Leather // Matte Brushed Aluminium Inlay // Black Headliner]
[LED Headlights // Adaptive Cruise Control // Audi Pre Sense Plus // Audi Brake Guard // Audi Side Assist // Head Up Display // Night Vision // Shift Paddles]
[Bang & Olufsen Advanced Sound System // Electric Rear Sunshade // Manual Side Sunshade // Four Zone Climate Control // Heated and Ventilated Front Seats // Heated Rear Seats // LED Ambient Lighting Plus // Glass Sunroof]
When you removed your old pedals were you able to remove them without damaging them? I read that when removing the dead pedal the plastic studs might break. I'd like to do this if I can keep my original ones undamaged.
I broke one of my studs as well but there are a bunch of them. I'm sure it wouldn't make a difference if I reinstalled it. The dead pedal is a pain to remove and install because it hooks under the kick panel as well as the studs pushed through the carpet.
A dab of white grease on the 2 rubber prongs on the back of the brake pad make it snap onto the pedal easy. Same as the factory does.
I did this install over the weekend and unfortunately I botched it. I should have come to this thread and opened the PDF but didn't think installing pedals would have been this difficult and I had done a similar install on my BMW 535 without much of a hitch. This was WAY harder, specially the dead pedal. I pushed the top clip back to get the pedal out and slid the pedal out to remove it, then when I pushed the new one in I about slit my finger in half because the aluminum is super sharp. A razor blade basically. I then pushed the clip back to make it go into the little box but bent it too much and now it's not "holding" everything tight in place and worse, there's a rattle when I go over any non-smooth surfaces. I'm considering following the instructions to uninstall, fix the clip and re-install this. Any other ideas before I spend two hours doing this? not sure I can tighten the clip with the pedal already installed right?