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    Thread: NLA: my 3 most dreaded letters.....

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      03-02-2012 10:36 AM #1
      I need to put the rear end back together and get the car movin cuz goddamn i wanna drive it!! problem is when i pulled things apart, one snap ring got all kinds of FUBARed upon removal thanks to less than adequate tools.

      I'd like to get a replacement but it is NLA in the dealership network. grrrrr NLA!!!!

      the part number is: 009 525 125, 70.3mm X 1.5mm snap ring.

      do any of you syncro gurus know where I might source the appropriate part?

      many thanks!!!

    2. 03-03-2012 02:27 AM #2
      locking ring or stop ring or snap ring



      Did a search, found these options you can chase up on:

      bore 68, thick 1.5, Rd 2.3

      bore 68, thick 1.5, Rd 2.3

      again here

      or from a Peugeot


      You should be able to find the snap ring at a good bearing shop.
      Like these guys, if you were out west:
      http://www.csinet.ca/bearings-power-transmission.php
      They have a store in Waterloo, ON. That may be close enough to you.

      I was able to get all of the bearings and seals (except for 1 bearing and the stips) from Commercial Solutions to rebuild a G60. Good people. Very helpful.

      -Dave

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      03-03-2012 09:21 AM #3
      well, turns out i've been working too hard at other things, not sleeping enough and apparently reading comprehension fails me.... i was looking at the wrong one on vagcat. it's not the 70mm one i need, it's the 37mm one. self facepalm!!!!

      thanks for the links, i'll see what i can dig up. hopefully though the part still exists in the dealership network..... failing that, it looks like there's an appropriate one at mcmaster carr so i should easily be able to get it at a local fastener place.

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