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    Default Where to mount on a 2000 Audi S4?

    Hey, I just picked up a blinder m-20 for my friend and am needing some advice on where to mount them? In the picture the grill between the headlights goes up with the hood.

    This is not his car just one I found online. It looks like its going to be a tough call on the install, I'm thinking is there anyway you install them under the headlights?

    thanks for all the help!!

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    Vehicle like this is a perfect candidate for VEIL.

    Use it on the lights and then your placement of the Blinder will be much easier.

    Going on the bumper may be your best bet.

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    haha, its already got VEIL I actually got him to install it like the day after he bought it. But it rained so we need to reapply it.

    so with VEIL they can be mounted on the bumper and they will still be 100% adequate?

    I like how his headlights are so small and we dont have a front plate in DE oh yeah!!!!

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    I'm going to say the grill under the bumper in the two out ones close as possible to divider

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    thestaton,

    you threw me. like looks like an EU plate for Denmark?

    Is that what the "D" stands-for?

    I take it you don't have VEIL on it, I couldn't tell in the slightest.

    crazyvolvo, has it about right.

    the blinder dude (leon) could give us confirmation...with veil you should have it a lot easier.

    you may want to pm so he can be sure to respond to you...

    sorry to hear about the rain. touch base, with me, if you have any further questions about veil application.

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    hey sorry about the mixup. no this is a picture I found of a car like his but that is certainly not his by any means. We are in Delaware not in the EU

    I'm kind of worried about putting them down in the bumper but I dunno. Is it even possible to mount them under the headlights?

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    that question is over my head.

    this one is for the blinder dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Veil Guy
    thestaton,

    you threw me. like looks like an EU plate for Denmark?

    Is that what the "D" stands-for?

    the veil guy 8)
    D ist fur Deutschland, you should know that !!

    Denmark should be DK, UK is GB, etc.

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    This car, the install under the bumper would be no problem. Veil on the headlights and plate would be that much more protection. Sounds like complete laser defense to me. Leave them looking at the gun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmaartAasSaabr
    Quote Originally Posted by The Veil Guy
    thestaton,

    you threw me. like looks like an EU plate for Denmark?

    Is that what the "D" stands-for?

    the veil guy 8)
    D ist fur Deutschland, you should know that !!

    Denmark should be DK, UK is GB, etc.
    For those completely out to lunch, Deutschland is german for Germany.


    In this exaple, its a german car... from Munich (the first letters on German cars always show the city.

    This brings me to a question. Where would be the ideal place to put blinders on a 3series?

 

 

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