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Part Numbers For Rear Beam Parts


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Seems this crops up quite frequently, so here's a screenshot of each individual part that may be required to rebuild a 205's rear beam, all parts are the same for the 309 assembly bar the crossmember tube.

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5176 17 Arm shaft is quite self explanatory in description

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5148 48 Crossmember tube I haven't actually taken a decent a picture of, what is good to know here is that they come with all 4 bearings prefitted, saving you about 30

5172 24 Bearing bush is for the Anti Roll bar end plate.

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5174 03 Crossmember seal, this sits between the ARB plate and the end of the arm shaft.

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both shown here -
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5131 45 Socket, is the bearing, as is 5132 49 (inner + outer)

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5154 09 CUP is the part that sits on the arm shaft, which the seal runs on

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5154 08 Suspension Arm Seal, guess what!! this is the part that lets all the crap into your beam!!

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5154 10 is the metal sleeve that the seal is pressed into.

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finally the little screws etc in the attached pictures;

5153 10 Suspension bar Stud, this is the stud that had a shoulder half way and a slotted end.

5153 12 Suspension Bar Washer, this is the offset washer on the end of the anti roll bar.

5154 05 Plug, this sits on the opposite end to the offset washer, and has the shouldered stud poking through it.

it can be seen at the top of this picture of a fooked beam tube

5153 11 Crossmember screw, this is the Torx headed countersunk bolt that everyone has difficulty with.

6932 38 Nut, this is the locknut for the Shouldered stud.

hope this is helpful to all those needing the parts.

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http://forum.205gtid...s...st&p=765361

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anychance of making any of these topics regarding rear beam part numbers a sticky though???
welshpug's topic would be good, as its sometimes difficult to put a part number and name to an actual physical part. i.e socket...not very clear as to which part it is.

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Welshpug you are the best! Nice thread dude, pics and descriptions very helpful.
Would be brilliant if you did a wee update with quanties required (ok so it's mainly common sence but it's nice to be reassured) and prices?

No pleasing some people is there :)

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Is this double ended bolt the same on both 1.9 205 and the 309 rear axle ?



http://forum.205gtid...a...ost&id=3953

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surgie - yes

merlin - order 2 of everything

Edited by GTI6BOY, 20 May 2009 - 08:35 PM.


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agreed Nick :) a quick search on servicebox would have confirmed that, as well as the fact that they're the same as the 306, and the zx + xsara :D

as well as reading the first sentence :lol:

most of the fixings are shared, though some of the ARB end plate/lever seals and bushes are a different size and hence part number.

I don't think there is much point in posting up the prices as they do fluctuate and by the time someone does a search and digs up the thread the price would most likely have changed, as indeed they have with the arm shafts.

Edited by welshpug, 20 May 2009 - 08:49 PM.


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agreed Nick :) a quick search on servicebox would have confirmed that, as well as the fact that they're the same as the 306, and the zx + xsara :D



Do you mean the double ended TB bolt in my post ?

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yes mate the beams are the same

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So basically you could buy these suspension bar stud's bolts from citroen ?

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lol...YES

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Well as they are the same and iv just spoken to citroen and they said its the same part number
and is on back order, so it looks like they are not making any more...

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they wont stop making them dude...back order means that they are waiting for delivery

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No they have stoped making them "just about", autofive has said that they have stopped. They have been on back order for a year or so.
Im going to supply some very soon now from a fabricator...

WP i know that, like i said pug dont care and wont do them some time soon as they been on back order nearly a year.
They wont even say when or if they will do them again, they just mess us all about.

And its not like these bolts are very sort after in general motors terms so to speak!

Edited by SurGie, 21 May 2009 - 09:13 PM.


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being on backorder doesn't mean they have stopped making them!

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Hi,

Looking at the peugeot parts book, for the crossmember, it quotes possible part numbers of:

5148.44 - UP TO S 5129459
5148.42 - GTI SINCE S 5129460 UP TO S 5895923
5148.48 - GTI SINCE S 5895924

What do these S numbers refer to :) ? I'm trying to work out which one I need!

(My chassis is of the 741C86 variety, made between 02/86 and 06/87)

Thanks!

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They refer to your chassis number, thats the number for the full centre tube of the rear beam & I doubt you'll be able to get one of the very early ones anymore.

They had a different number of splines on the torsion bars (28/30 iic where the later ones have 30/32).

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They refer to your chassis number, thats the number for the full centre tube of the rear beam & I doubt you'll be able to get one of the very early ones anymore.

They had a different number of splines on the torsion bars (28/30 iic where the later ones have 30/32).

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So, just to double check, if my chassis no. ends with "7917952" then I need the 5148.48 if I'm wanting to match the tube to a pair of radius arms from that period (1987)?

Thanks!

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So, just to double check, if my chassis no. ends with "7917952" then I need the 5148.48 if I'm wanting to match the tube to a pair of radius arms from that period (1987)?

Thanks!

Yes, afaik but you can use a centre tube from any 205 made later than yours not just a GTI model.

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iv`e just been trying to order parts to re build my beam and i came across a usual problem of minimum orders of certain items so i checked with citroen same diagrams same item numbers but it seams about 15% dearer plus vat still handy to know if your stuck same minimum orders though