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    Any recommendations? The Irmscher ones look really good but they're damn pricey, like all of their stuff is nowadays

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTM Chris View Post
    Any recommendations? The Irmscher ones look really good but they're damn pricey, like all of their stuff is nowadays
    Nice stuff but like you say a little pricey, they pop up s/h from time to time keep an eye out ........

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    IMO the vauxhall ones are best as they fit perfectly, you get them cheaper on e-bay than from the dealers aswell.

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    vx ones fit great but wear out quite quick mine have hole where my left heel goes only lasted 12 months 20k miles will buy another set but think im gonna fit heel plates to them thinking of just bonding on some chequerplate to the old ones cover the hole as everywhere else perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerbrious View Post
    vx ones fit great but wear out quite quick mine have hole where my left heel goes only lasted 12 months 20k miles will buy another set but think im gonna fit heel plates to them thinking of just bonding on some chequerplate to the old ones cover the hole as everywhere else perfect
    I bought some for my mk4 Golf off ebay for £18 or something, they did fit perfectly however the heels did start to wear quite quickly. I sold the car and got the Vec before it got bad anyway. I'd easily buy another set from ebay as I was impressed overall.

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    iv got vauxhall ones in mine at the moment and they have lasted way longer than my irmscher ones did

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    vx ones seem to be the best bud
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    VX ones cost about £48 which in my recollection is a similar price to the Irmy ones. My vx ones have been in for 8 mths and not a sign of wear.

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    have been looking for mats also , best price i can see is these

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/New-Genuine-Va...3%3A1|294%3A50

    anyone bought from this seller before? seems a good price for genuine mats

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    Tracer,

    I have those car mats (got new ones free with the car) you can get them from the stealers for £20 - they fit well - no heel cover, so showing wear on drivers side after 6 weeks, the carpet looks like the kind of carpet you find at expo centres (just not as hard wearing) - they look ok and do a good job - but i am thinking of getting the vx velour ones for about £46 soon

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