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    Thread: Audi TT 02 Undercarriage Cover

    1. Member lexatt's Avatar
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      06-09-2010 08:28 PM #1
      well the undercarriage on my 225 TT just came off last night as i was driving. had to end up ripping it off cause it was really torn up i guess the previous owner only left 2 screws holding it up and it just came off. anyways. WHERE can i order a replacement?! ive been looking everywhere some help would be awesome thank you!

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      06-09-2010 11:09 PM #2
      ECS has them and so should your local dealer. IIRC they are expensive. Another idea would be to get a skid plate.

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      06-10-2010 01:36 AM #3
      OEM part number: 8N0825235L

      $169 from http://www.genuineaudiparts.com/

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      06-10-2010 08:22 AM #4
      psssshhhhhh who need that plastic cover..... waaaay overrated if u ask me

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      06-10-2010 09:58 AM #5
      not if you drive your car in the winter. They work really good for keeping the snow out of the engine bay. Not to mention if you do a lot of hwy driving they increase your MPG

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      06-10-2010 10:01 AM #6
      driven all year round my friend....

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      06-11-2010 10:32 AM #7
      Check out Shokan.com

      They sell used audi tt parts..get one cheap I'm sure.
      Best for speed bumps...

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      06-11-2010 11:35 AM #8
      shokan is $$$ for parts though

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      06-11-2010 11:57 AM #9
      i have one to sell....fairly new about 6 months old right before I replaced mine with a metal skid plate.
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      05-11-2014 10:09 AM #10
      Reviving an old thread:

      My 8N0825235L needs replacing. Several are on eBay for $63, made by "TrustBuilt," "ProZone," and who knows who else.

      Anyone try these aftermarket pans? Any good? Or should I stick with OEM?

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      05-11-2014 10:25 PM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by esoxlucios View Post
      Reviving an old thread:

      My 8N0825235L needs replacing. Several are on eBay for $63, made by "TrustBuilt," "ProZone," and who knows who else.

      Anyone try these aftermarket pans? Any good? Or should I stick with OEM?
      I wanna know too, I'm not baller enough to spend 200 on a 2x3 sheet of plastic
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      05-11-2014 10:37 PM #12
      The Diesel Geeks plate has proven to be invaluable and has paid itself off many times over, especially with our roads. Very nice to have for any owner, but a must for the lowered folk. Ive been very happy with mine, as I will take an extremely loud bang and a few scratches to the plate, than a cracked or punctured oil pan...and Ive gone through quite a bit of loud bangs and a few scratches...

      An old shot of when I installed mine.

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      05-12-2014 01:42 AM #13
      I have a bent panzer you can hammer back to shape. $150!

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      05-12-2014 08:08 AM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by ShockwaveCS View Post
      I have a bent panzer you can hammer back to shape. $150!
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      05-17-2014 08:48 AM #15
      Check craigslist and stuff. I wound up finding one for 30 beans. I still can't believe how much they want for a new one!


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      05-17-2014 10:34 AM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by esoxlucios View Post
      Reviving an old thread:

      My 8N0825235L needs replacing. Several are on eBay for $63, made by "TrustBuilt," "ProZone," and who knows who else.

      Anyone try these aftermarket pans? Any good? Or should I stick with OEM?
      I ended up buying one for 60 shipped on ebay after seeing an oem one could be as much as 220.
      The material is softer and more rubbery than stock, still relatively stiff tho. It also has a curve to it like it was stamped out of a roll of material or stored while curled like a wall poster for a long time. I haven't put it on yet, but I imagine I will have to use as many of the original mounting points as possible or it will hang down like a pringles chip in spots lol. IMO it was worth it. I'll follow up when I install it.
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      05-18-2014 01:47 PM #17
      I just received one on Friday from eBay for $64 shipped with "hassle free" return protection, including return shipping if unsatisfied. Like L33t A2 wrote, it looks molded and cut out of a roll, and was deformed upon arrival. Putting it out in the sun with a few weights restored its shape, which is a bad omen considering the heat that it will experience under the carriage. I am assuming, however, that it won't be brittle in -20 winters here in Minnesota, and crack like the OEM one does, but that depends on the plastic, and I'm not waiting to find out. I'm returning this one, and just placed my order for the Panzer.

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      05-18-2014 02:06 PM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by esoxlucios View Post
      I just received one on Friday from eBay for $64 shipped with "hassle free" return protection, including return shipping if unsatisfied. Like L33t A2 wrote, it looks molded and cut out of a roll, and was deformed upon arrival. Putting it out in the sun with a few weights restored its shape, which is a bad omen considering the heat that it will experience under the carriage. I am assuming, however, that it won't be brittle in -20 winters here in Minnesota, and crack like the OEM one does, but that depends on the plastic, and I'm not waiting to find out. I'm returning this one, and just placed my order for the Panzer.
      I think you've made the right choice.
      I had the plastic pan on mine. It was a replacement put on by the previous owner. After every drive, I would stuff 2 x 4 blocks under it, to get it warped back into shape. The engine heat would make it sag 2". It had all the reinforcing channels and deformations pressed into it, it was just too soft a material to stand up to the heat. I like my Panzer plate and have "used" it countless times.
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