Ha,Ha, nice one PhilZ. Buying oil from the UK may cause a trade war, or your security guys could blow the package up !!Many thanks to Old Pug and WillNZ.
Rebuildable struts, shocks or (bike) forks are virtually unheard of nowadays! My Fred Flintstone recollections, however, tells me these would function best with lightweight oil - such as the 10W WillNZ mentioned.
As for someone in the USA, having to order 2 liters of ANY oil from the UK, I bet it would be a first since Independence from Britain in 1776 - plus - I bet Trump would order an import embargo for it.
I will keep looking for your 505 input. FYI, I also own a Lexus but I'll be damned I can honestly say I prefer - and DO drive daily - my 84 Peugeot than the other. Besides, all my friends know me by the (rare on the road) car I drive and everything FEELS better in my Peugeot! The only other difference is I'm the airbag behind the wheel:lol
I have had great success getting French car parts from Pieces Internationales in Watsonville, CA. Call Miles at 800-222-3320Had a great resource for new Peugeot parts in Texas (Mahdu at Parts Networks) but they disappeared.
Now that I lost them, would appreciate a link to one or more here in the USA if anyone knows of any.
Thanks - Phil
Thanks Bud! Made another improved hard copy of your info for when I need it.Sorry I got to the post late but there are two reliable places that I know of here in North America for Peugeot parts. West Coast: Pieces Internationales/Western Hemisphere. Watsonville, California Tel. 800.222.3320 831.786.9347 email[email protected]
East Coast: Peugeot Holm. Berlin, Vermont Tel. 802.454.7132 email[email protected]