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Old 12-01-11, 10:47 AM   #1
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quick question my 407 needs a lower ball joint

how do you remove the hub from the ball joint as it looks like there is nothing holding it into the joint ?

thanx steve
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hi
quick question my 407 needs a lower ball joint

how do you remove the hub from the ball joint as it looks like there is nothing holding it into the joint ?

thanx steve
do you see the search option next to new posts????????????
if you tried it you may have found this http://www.407owners.com/forums/view...php?f=18&t=434
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do you see the search option next to new posts????????????
if you tried it you may have found this http://www.407owners.com/forums/view...php?f=18&t=434
what search here and get a thread from 407owners forum ??? lol this is classic !!
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what search here and get a thread from 407owners forum ??? lol this is classic !!
yep cos chopper posted the link on here from 407owners so the link is on here, just from 407owners

https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...ight=balljoint
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thanx for that guys

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Old 17-01-11, 02:37 PM   #6
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"Dreaded" ball joints? Jeez, haven't people got over this yet? The replacement parts are cheap and even chumps like me and Elvis impersonators like Neil can change them in a morning, including the union approved fag and tea stops. Why does everyone make such a big deal about it?

Do your homework before buying a 407, and save the rest of us from having to listen to this guff yet again.
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"Dreaded" ball joints? Jeez, haven't people got over this yet? The replacement parts are cheap and even chumps like me and Elvis impersonators like Neil can change them in a morning, including the union approved fag and tea stops. Why does everyone make such a big deal about it?

Do your homework before buying a 407, and save the rest of us from having to listen to this guff yet again.
lol... got to agree with that...
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Wow, I better not post any questions about ball joints then
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