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Old 12-13-2004, 12:54 PM   #1
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Default ECS Ultimate Belly Pan Hardware Kit

Anybody ever use this kit, or another brand to re-attach their belly pans. I need some new bolts, since a few are missing and/or broken.

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Old 12-13-2004, 12:59 PM   #2
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Default That's the stuff

I bought a whole bunch of that stuff at the dealer....I spent a lot more than $39! I would get it, I'm one to think having the belly pan secured correctly is important.
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Old 12-13-2004, 01:01 PM   #3
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Default They look like OEM to me...

Hey John! What happened that you needed to remove the belly pan?
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Default Good kit, great price.

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Old 12-13-2004, 01:03 PM   #5
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Default Hot mod! You might want to see what a dealer would charge.

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Default Nice idea. Not really a "kit" though. Only 4 fasteners - our cars use 6.

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Default I had a couple cracked or missing, my dealer replaced for free

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Default huh? It comes with them all...

2 plastic fasteners for each fender well. And 3 metal fasteners on the front and rear of the pan. You can also buy all these fasteners individually at your local stealership.

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Default My bad. I looked at the regular kit, not the ultimate :-/

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Default Wow. You only need 3. At least, that's all that's holding the one on my wife's A4....

one on the front, 2 on the rear, none in the fender liners..
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Default I was replacing my TBB and droped a screw driver down there pulled one of those screws(?)

down and realized I didn't need to. Those look exactly like what I removed.
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Default Though the allroad is listed, that car needs additional hardware

The black, slightly-longer speed screws that join the two belly pans are not in this kit. Neither are the T25 and T50 screws up front.

Just an FYI for all the allroaders who troll this board.

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Default heh...I've noticed that people who get their car serviced at the stealer come to my shop and...

have the 3 fastener syndrome working...Call me ****, but I get annoyed when a tech is too lazy to put all the fasteners back in. It's just plain rude.

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Default Oil change kid spilled 1/2 quart of 0w40 oil down there...

It was dripping and I thought that he had screwed it up, so back to shop, up on the rack to see oil in the belly cover. We cleaned it all up and topped of the levels again. Noticed that the fasteners were all mismatched and some missing. So, need to fastener it better. Hence, the kit. How have you been? Up for a local GTG?
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Default In my case, it's not laziness, they just fall out if you don't put them back in PERFECTLY.

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Default My belly pan was just replaced and that looks just like

the hardware the dealer used. My belly pan was missing when I bought the car and the dealer put one on without me even asking last week when I was getting the throttle body recall done. Big Bonus.
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Default I know.. I hate those things though. What a pain in the winter...

you pull the BP off, and get COVERED in snow/slop...
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Default Yeah, that sucks. I try to leave it in a heated garage for a bit in the snow...

so most of the slop melts and runs off, but you're right. It's a mess.

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Default dealership left the entire cover off after trans service. I didn't

discover for 45 days. When I called the service dept. the tech said it was leaning against his work bench! Nice attention to details!!!
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