How much is a rear 306 wishbone (complete) ?

Discussion in 'Peugeot 306' started by 306hell, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. 306hell

    306hell Guest

    pug 306 xnd 94

    MOT says I need a new rear wishbone. (bush, but he says its easier
    replacing a complete unit)

    I was wondering how much these sell for usually, and where to buy from?
    any help greatly appreciated.. Cheers. (UK)
    306hell, Dec 8, 2004
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    Bob Minchin Guest

    306hell wrote in message
    Motor factors usually stock these. I've not done a pug one but a fiesta mk3
    front wishbone is about £20.

    Bob Minchin, Dec 8, 2004
  3. 306hell

    306hell Guest

    Do you know the web address for them? Ive done a search, but found lots of
    companys with 'Motor Factors' in the results, but nothing specific...
    306hell, Dec 8, 2004
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    Rear wishbone?
    The 306 has trailing arm rear suspension - no wishbones in there.
    Either he is angling for work, doesn't know what he is talking about or you
    misheard him.

    Good places for peugeot parts:

    Some bushes are dealer-only parts, but are _usually_ not horrendously
    Albert T Cone, Dec 9, 2004
  5. Yet another internet source:
    By all means, stay away from Pugspares - the lazy buggers do not respond to

    Ivar Petur
    Ívar Pétur Guðnason, Dec 9, 2004
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    Carl Gibbs Guest

    Do you mean front wishbone? I would assume you do.
    I've got 2 new 306 front wishbones floating about in my garage. I was told
    it was for a non-powersteering model if thats any use to you (or anyone
    else). A quick look in an ECP catalogue shoes these going for over £50, you
    could have mine for much less than that.
    Carl Gibbs, Dec 10, 2004
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    Mindwipe Guest

    he means front wishbone rear bush
    they are available from citroen for the zx
    so factors should do them too
    ring round
    Mindwipe, Dec 10, 2004
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