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RE: Need Rear Dr Handle

I wonder if the Quantum handle will fit.  I just bought two rear door
handles for $10 each - brand new.  For that, I definitely wouldn't rebuild
one for $26.  I can get another and ship it to you if you need, Mason.

Jeremy R. King	    Auburn University, Alabama, USA
///////////     '86 VW Quantum GL5     \\\\\\\\\\\\
 Rear Dynomax Glasspak, Hollow cat, Drilled Airbox
   Sach's / KYB struts, Round 55W Driving Lights
\\\\\\\\\\\  Still Slower'n Christmas  ////////////
On 1 Jul 1996, Mark Hilbush wrote:

> If you need a replacement handle because the lever or spring is broken, I
> strongly suggest getting the repair kit from Mountain Automotive Parts (no
> affiliation whatsoever).  They have repair kits for the front and rear.  The
> first one costs $26.95 'cause it has a special tool.  Add'l ones cost $17.95.
> Two day delivery to boot.  Of course, this only works if the lever is broken.
> Mountain Automotive Products
> ----------------------------
> 800-200-2886
> 719-481-8705
> I just did both my front handles for $45, which sure beats the cost of two new
> handles.
> Mark Hilbush
> Baltimore, MD
> 87 4KCSQ
> From: Mason Bender <mbender@freenet.columbus.oh.us>
> Date: Sun, 30 Jun 1996 15:55:25 -0400 (EDT)
> Subject: Need Rear Dr Handle
> Dear Quattrophiles-
> Does anyone have a drivers side rear door handle they want to get rid of/sell?
> The car is an 86 4kcsq, but I think any Audi rear handle of approximately
> that vintage would work.
> Perhaps someone has a suggestion for a good cheap source for new.
> Mason B