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Author Subject: Ajusa
lee306rallye

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Post #1
Hi does any one have any experience with using AJUSA gasket and seals ive googled it and many people seem pleased but was wondering if any of you guys have used them before

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Posted 25th Jul 2019 at 10:16
Nose

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Post #2
Hi Lee, we used to sell Ajusa with no problems, talking to one of our engine customers earlier and he says they're fine. He uses and rates Payen, Reinz and Corteco then Ajusa just below these in terms of quality - but obviously this is his personal choice. Apparently Corteco were/are OE on Peugeot? If you get stuck I can put you in touch with an engine parts supplier (I know them well) so I may be able to wangle a club discount for you bud??

cheers

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Posted 25th Jul 2019 at 13:11
lee306rallye

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Hey Paul thanks for the reply I'm looking for a complete gasket and seal kit for the xu10j4rs. Pug1off do a complete gasket set but they dont specify what products they are and after calling them they basically said they get what they can get. I need to get

.cambelt kit 136
.head gasket and cylinder head seal etc
.water pump
.head bolts

And for the bottom end I need crank seals and sump gasket

From recommendation from this forum dayco belts seem to be the preferred option

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Posted 25th Jul 2019 at 13:55
welshpug!

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Post #4
I'd be cheking my local helpful dealer for the gasket belt kit and water pump, and local engine machinists for the headbolts in a payen brand, tend to atick with payen or corteco and meillor for seals and gaskets However ive found the dealer supplied gaskets to be best and actually cheapest.

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Posted 25th Jul 2019 at 18:31
lee306rallye

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Post #5
I have a citreon dealer half a mile down the road but the guy in there is useless and wont see the fact that Peugeot and citreon are the same but that was a few years ago now so maybe I could try them again

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Posted 25th Jul 2019 at 18:42
welshpug!

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Post #6
try Ed and Steve in Tewkesbury, I have used them a bit and they are really helpful guys, bit of a trek for you across the forest but they will post

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Posted 26th Jul 2019 at 19:47
jeb

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lee306rallye wrote:
Hey Paul thanks for the reply I'm looking for a complete gasket and seal kit for the xu10j4rs. Pug1off do a complete gasket set but they dont specify what products they are and after calling them they basically said they get what they can get. I need to get

.cambelt kit 136
.head gasket and cylinder head seal etc
.water pump
.head bolts

And for the bottom end I need crank seals and sump gasket

From recommendation from this forum dayco belts seem to be the preferred option


Just had a Dayco belt put on mine, and was told by garage that Dayco supply all the manufacturers as per OEM anyway

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Posted 19th Aug 2019 at 15:39
lee306rallye

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Post #8
Just been looking at this kit

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F362724914054

I cant do a click

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Posted 8th Sep 2019 at 17:00

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