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Author Subject: Trailing arm shafts for 30mm ARB
demondriverdan

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Post #1
I remember reading somewhere that Febi shafts will take a 30mm ARB without machining but anyone know if these (SNR) will?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PEUGEOT-205-306-309-Rear-Beam-Axle-Trailing-Arm-Repair-Kit-SHAFT-BEARINGS-SNR-/271779786425?hash=item3f47566eb9

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Posted 5th Jun 2016 at 22:08
prism7guy

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Post #2
I can't comment on whether them shafts will but i bought the Febi ones for my track car and can confirm that mine took a 30mm ARB fine, and were similar in price to those on ebay. I can't remember where i bought mine from but i'm pretty sure the place i ordered them from was linked in an old thread on here which mentioned them being able to take the 30mm ARB.

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Posted 5th Jun 2016 at 22:11
stef306

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Post #3
the shafts are not snr made mind.

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Posted 5th Jun 2016 at 22:11
demondriverdan

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Seems like Febi is a good bet. I couldn't find the part number on the Febi website though?

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Posted 5th Jun 2016 at 22:15
demondriverdan

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Bit of a bump, anyone happen to know the Febi part number?

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Posted 7th Jun 2016 at 22:28
jord294

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Post #6
Febi 32781.

Easily found with a quick ebay search using genuine part number 517617

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Posted 7th Jun 2016 at 22:36
demondriverdan

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Weird that they aren't listed on Febi's website though! Thanks Jord Smile

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Posted 7th Jun 2016 at 22:42
welshpug!

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they are

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Posted 8th Jun 2016 at 07:32
demondriverdan

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Do you have a link? I normally use this website: https://cars.febi-parts.com/vehicle.php?lang=GB then set make to Peugeot, model to 306 and engine to XU10J4RS. Even without the engine setting, shafts don't show?

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Posted 8th Jun 2016 at 08:56
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listed under 205/309, but using the o.e number like andy said will find it, or the febi number.

http://www.febi-parts.com/article-pdf/bwnlXVFTEMUF.pdf

try that link.

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Posted 8th Jun 2016 at 11:23
demondriverdan

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Ah balls, thanks WP Smile

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Posted 8th Jun 2016 at 11:23
superchargedblack1997gti6

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Anyone got a link to some of these? Can't seem to find any online? Cheers

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Posted 4th Jul 2017 at 19:41
demondriverdan

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Posted 4th Jul 2017 at 19:55
S8-Tom

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Post #14
Apologies for dragging up an old post but this might be useful information for anyone looking for Febi shafts in the future.

I e-mailed Febi UK yesterday and they've confirmed that 32781 hasn't been in production for a couple of years. Only option is Peugeot or the cheaper Chinese & Polish made one's on ebay etc.
Posted 31st May 2019 at 08:42
demondriverdan

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I can't find the shafts I used in the end, think they came from Poland and seemed ok

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Posted 31st May 2019 at 11:23
S8-Tom

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demondriverdan wrote:
I can't find the shafts I used in the end, think they came from Poland and seemed ok


These one's possibly? ebay link

Might be the route I go.
Posted 31st May 2019 at 15:25
miki4

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Take a look at Ruville 965905S (EAN 4011442098698). This is a complete rebuild kit. I bought one as spare as it was silly cheap on Amazon.de several months ago. Ruville belongs to Schaeffler Automotive, same as LUK, INA and FAG and the kit is still in production according to their website.

Otherwise according Febi part is still available on at least one German auto parts online shop.
Posted 3rd Jun 2019 at 23:53
S8-Tom

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Post #18
miki4 wrote:
Otherwise according Febi part is still available on at least one German auto parts online shop.


If its Autodoc then I wouldn't bother. Said they had them, then didn't and now they have again. Febi UK's confirmation that they're not in production is good enough for me.


It looks like the Peugeot Museum is doing them for about £75. I've inquired to see if they're genuine original parts and I'll update when I've got an answer. If they are then they're half the price of UK dealer parts.

https://www.pieces-de-rechange-classic.com/fr/205/27451-axe-de-bras.html
Posted 4th Jun 2019 at 11:55
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Post #19
Should've checked my e-mails.


Posted 4th Jun 2019 at 12:00
jord294

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Genuine peugeot shafts are still available but at around £125 each. So if the museum are offering them at £75, God knows what brand they are

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Posted 4th Jun 2019 at 21:49

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