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Old 06-16-2014, 01:53 PM   #1
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I received this piece in the mail from Audi. Does anyone have an idea what this is for? There were no instructions or anything. Thanks.

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I received this piece in the mail from Audi. Does anyone have an idea what this is for? There were no instructions or anything. Thanks.

its too pull the wheel lugs nuts off.
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its too pull the wheel lugs nuts off.
Pull the lug nut covers or caps off
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I received this piece in the mail from Audi. Does anyone have an idea what this is for? There were no instructions or anything. Thanks.

http://www.worldimpex.com/parts/genu...ol_228155.html

It'll pull off the plastic caps over the lug nuts.
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What wheels are these for? Apparently they aren't for the 21-inch wheels. There's nowhere they would fit. I find that any small, bent piece of metal, such as an allen-wrench or paperclip is sufficient to stick in that little hole and pop them off.
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http://www.diyaudi.com/Home/Entries/...s/IMG_0022.jpg

This one's used for the lug covers with a hole in the center and also the one-piece center cap/lug cover:
http://www.ecstuning.com/Audi-B8_A5-.../Tools/ES4151/
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You might find this useful:

http://www.robcheng.com/audiwheel/
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I have them for my 20" s-line 5 spoke rims. Otherwise you have that weird metal hook to pull it off.
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Thanks everyone!
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This one's used for the lug covers with a hole in the center and also the one-piece center cap/lug cover:
http://www.ecstuning.com/Audi-B8_A5-.../Tools/ES4151/
Now that's one high-tech piece of equipment there...
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