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Hi all

I am in need of the parts as per the title, and have found this: (cant post links - whole ad copied from ebay lol)

Peugeot 307, 407, 607 2.0 (03-06) PREMIUM LUK Dual Mass Flywheel and Clutch Kit
Part Numbers:

Dual Mass Flywheel: 415022510
Clutch Kit: 624323100

Dual Mass Flywheel:

Engine Version: For engines with dual-mass flywheel
Vehicle Equipment: For vehicles with manual transmission
Info:
Without screw set
Dual-mass flywheel with friction control plate
Without pilot bearing
Max. Clearance Angle (Degree): 23
Teeth: 9
Max. Sideplay (mm): 2,9
Mounting Bores: 8

Peugeot OEM References:

0532.N3
0532.Q5
0532.T0
0532.X8
96 467 356 80

Clutch Kit:

Diameter (mm): 240
Info:
With clutch plate
With clutch pressure plate
With releaser
Requires special tools for mounting
Check and replace dual-mass flywheel if necessary.
Adjustment: With automatic adjustment
Engine Version: For engines with dual-mass flywheel

Peugeot OEM References:

16 075 519 80
2050.Q0
2051.P1
2052.J8
2052.J9
2052.N1
2052.N2

Vehicle compatibility information is provided as a guide only. This listing has been made as accurate as possible using the latest information provided by LuK.

There may be on occasions more than one compatible part for your vehicle. If you are unsure please contact our technical team on 03333 230274 with your vehicle registration and we will confirm the correct part required.


Is this a complete set? Or would I need to buy anything else? I was told to make sure it has some slave cylinder or something and I am hoping the release bearing is basically that.

Complete newbie when it comes to engines. Many thanks!
 

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Which car and which engine is this for?.
You will need the flywheel and NEW bolts, release bearing, cover and centre plates, and budget for a release bearing guide as well.
I believe 307's all have external slave cylinders, you can replace it without having to take the car to bits if it fails at a later date, no need to change it if it's ok.
We need more information, make, model, year, engine size etc.

There is a lot of fake stuff sold on ebay, be warned!. I always buy from motor factors, if the good are faulty (I have yet to get a bad Valeo or LUK clutch) or the wrong parts, it's easily rectified.

Roger.
 
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