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Hi I am in the middle of buying hubs from a 205 1.9 GTI, but I wondering how to see difference between compared to other hub that looks like the a 205 1,9 GTI. For example the Peugeot 306 hubs look quite similar, but I have heard they are not. How do I know a peugeot 205 1.9 GTI hub. I know that the Peugeot 205 1,9 GTI has 25 splines for the driveshaft and a wheel bearing in the size. wide [mm]: 36 mm Inside diameter [mm]: 42 mm Outside diameter [mm]: 82 mm Thanks for the help - Martin
ian010778 posted a topic in XU Engine & Gearbox Service and Maintenance - ARCHIVEHi all, After reading a post on here about the hex bolt that holds the oil filler bracket onto the inlet manifold being a potential air leak I paid real close attention whilst putting my air pipes back on last night and think I may have unearthed a potential issue. Whilst putting my air pipes back I realised that (probably forever) I've been running the car with only the four mounting bolts that go through the main bracket and gasket on my AFM. I noticed there is a small extension of the AFM mounting bracket that runs underneath the AFM and should anchor it in the side with a fifth bolt but this part of the bracket had been bent out of the way and there's never been a bolt in this location. So, can anyone tell me what size bolt goes in here please - it looks as though it may be M 8 or even M 10 but I didn't have anything handy to try. Also, would having this hole open all these years have affected the performance/idling? Would it be similar to leaving the oil filler bracket hex bolt out of the inlet manifold, thus allowing un-metered air in or am I clutching at straws? Cheers in advance for any help. Ian.