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807 wishbones

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Following on from my minor inccident with my 807 coil springs, i thought i would go ahead and change both front wishbones, a reasonably safe job compared to nasty coil springs.
£197 + vat each from peugeot so thats a no go for me. I started doing an online search for cheaper options, and WOW such a large price variation £70 to £300 a pair.
I'm not talking just fleebay a search of about 10 different online parts companies has a huge variation. And although Peugeot say there is only one wishbone option for my car a lot of the online sellers are convinced there are two variations.
Does anyone have an 07 plate 2.0 litre hdi 100kw/136hp and without having to go out roll about in the rain know if the bolt/studs are 12mm or 14mm. I assume they are 14mm as everything else underneath the car seems to be built for the army to use.

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Re: 807 wishbones

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2 of the bolts are the same, M14. The other single bolt is 14X150-80 (but will need confirming when exact engine type is known).
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GiveMeABreak wrote:
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2 of the bolts are the same, M14. The other single bolt is 14X150-80
WOW i really appreciate such a fast and concise answer, where are all these suppliers getting the 12mm and 14mm variations from.
or are they refering to the lower joint which is "17mm cone"

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Thanks for that - every little helps!

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Re: 807 wishbones

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So are there 2 different wishbone variants with bolt sizes ie 12mm and 14mm and different cone (balljoint) sizes ie 17mm and 19mm. As a lot seem to sell the 12mm variant, but non seem to advertise the 14mm variation.
a bit strange for such a vital part.
I assume the 12mm version is for the lighter petrol models.

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Re: 807 wishbones

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They vary from model to model - there are 12 variants so that's why I need a VIN to make sure these are the ones you require - even the 2.0 Diesel engines differ. So the sizes I quoted before may not be correct for your specific Diesel. I can confirm once I have it.

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Re: 807 wishbones

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ok 12 variants lol.
vin number is VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]
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Re: 807 wishbones

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I think you had 2 extra characters / digits in there - it should end 997.

If so, you have the DW10BTED4 engine, manual 6 speed with particle filter, RPO 11146. Ok, so looks like I was on the money with the previous bolt sizes:
image_2021-02-15_144311.png
Screws (7) are the M14s, Part 352278
Screws (8) are the 14X150-80, Part 352279

As for the wishbones, you have a choice: (have a whisky ready)

Original OEM brand new ones are:
Right: 1607510780 £452.92
Left: 1607510680 £452.92

PSA Cheaper alternatives:
Right: 1635774780 £238.19
Left: 1635774880 £235.19

All prices VAT inclusive from Peugeot as of today.

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Re: 807 wishbones

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OMG its ok got a fresh bottle whilst shopping this week.
seems it would be worth getting the bushes and ball joint "genuine" seperately and get them fitted to the wishbone by a garage.
the vin was exactly as i gave it, took a photo of the bottom of the windscreen.
thanks for your help and info, I might do a video and post it up to help others wanting to have a go themselves.

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Re: 807 wishbones

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:-D The photo was probably OK, but you must of added an extra 2 - it had 19 and it should only be 17 alpha numeric - I've edited your post to correct it, but all done now.

At least with the part numbers you can search for these online - sometimes the dealers have a clear out so you can get the genuine ones for a lot less.

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Re: 807 wishbones

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sorry just checked vin and added an extra nine.
ended 972