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Old 22-01-16, 08:36 PM   #1
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Default 407 1.6 2004, Crankshaft pulley.. size, part number..

Hi. I can't find any information about my crankshaft pulley. I have to buy new one but which size? I've seen few different size 153, 160 163mm. Any help welcome

My car: 407 1.6 hdi 2004
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Old 23-01-16, 09:34 AM   #2
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whats the last 8 of your vin

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0515V8 is the Peugeot part number or just put the reg in to a site like eurocarpars.com. 153mm, 25.5mm width.
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Thx for part number. What happens if I mount a bigger pulley as should be?
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I guess you'll put more strain on the crank shaft and associated bearings and you will also need a bigger size belt to run off it. If you have already bought the wrong pulley can't you just take it back?
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I dont bought yet. I'm still confused about size, Gates and INA pulleys are bigger
1. infopart.org/gates-tvd1025-part
2. infopart.org/ina-544007910-part
But I found this:

infopart.org/citroen-peugeot-0515v8-part

its look like genuine size is 153mm

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The proper Gates site lists the 161mm one. I expect this will be fine, the inner lip might just be bigger, hence the larger measurement. One from the dealers would cost you 159!
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Gates TVD1025A (with bolt) is on its way to me I wonder about the cheaper alternative but no, my baby needs something better.
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