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AvoK95

Gear Gaiter

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So my question is that Will a VW Golf MK4 Gear Gaiter fit a 6K2 Ibiza MK3?

 

My 1.6SR 6K2 has a broken gear gaiter from the previous owner and I'm having a hard time to find a replacement one in my country (Lebanon) 

 

I saw a DIY guide on how to convert a VW Golf MK3 gaiter into an MK4 and it looked like gaiter in the 6K2 (Picture Below) (Pictures are not mine. They are borrowed from [url=http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?2871332-DIY-MKIV-Shift-Boot-Retrofit-(Retain-Trim-Ring)-*Cabrio-MKIII-Golf-Jetta*&highlight=MkIV]here[/url]

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Thank you in advanced! :D

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the mk3 one is similar but the fabric over the trim and staples under it! i would give it a try!!

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On 18/01/2017 at 11:33 PM, A.m.C said:

the mk3 one is similar but the fabric over the trim and staples under it! i would give it a try!!

Did not fit, tried both MK3 and MK4 Golf Gaiters. I found a guy who's getting me a Cupra one from Sweden though :D

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