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Old 15-01-18, 09:37 AM   #1
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Default Help with bearing size please

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Going to be replacinging rear disc/bearing on a mates 2.0 HDi XSi at the weekend. ServiceBox is telling me there are 2 sizes available, 25 and 30mm.

Is anyone able to find for sure which one is needed for his car? I have no idea where to look beyond ServiceBox, and when that gives a result that simply says that there is more than one, I am lost.

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From what I can see there could be two brake types - Lucas or Bosch.

But both state 25mm.
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From what I can see there could be two brake types - Lucas or Bosch.

But both state 25mm.
Thank you. That helps by not having to take it apart to measure the axle.
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From memory I think the only way to be sure is to measure the diameter of the stub axle pin.
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From memory I think the only way to be sure is to measure the diameter of the stub axle pin.
It is, yes. I'm going to take a punt on it being 25mm though.
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Rear axle details in servicebox show 25mm stub axles for that VIN
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Rear axle details in servicebox show 25mm stub axles for that VIN
We decided that for the sake of popping a wheel off, we may as well check.
It was 25mm as suggested. You guys are ace
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