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Old 07-10-2017, 07:50 PM   #1
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[SOLVED] Front Coilover Bilstein Group N Inserts

Here I have a pair of front adjustable coilovers for a 106 or Saxo. They are fitted with the high end Bilstein P30 0351 Group N tarmac spec dampers.
These are the genuine Heavy Duty Motorsport spec Group N dampers, not to be confused with the B6 Sports version. These are firm dampers ideal for springs up to 220lb. In most peopleís opinion these inserts are the best non-adjustable shock absorbers available for the Peugeot 106 or Saxo.
I had these on my Saxo race car but I have just upgraded to a BE box and decided to go three way adjustable. They are therefore not covered in road grime or rust and all the threads move freely. The inserts come out of the strut easily as again the threads on the retaining cup are free.
The shocks are in perfect working order and have had recent bearings. The shocks have never been in an accident. There is a small amount of damage on the top of one of the rams where I stupidly held it in a vice whilst I disassembled it, this was some time ago and the damage is outside the stroke of the ram so they work faultlessly.
The units come fully assembled with
Top Nuts
Top Hats
Upper and lower spring mounts
9Ē long springs (180 lb/inch from memory but please donít hang me if Iím wrong!)
I used these with Spherical Bearing Top mounts but they can be fitted to any top-mount type with the correct adaptors/top-hats/nuts.
Full part number on the inserts is 3008 p30 0351 H0



Contact me and I'll send photos - or have a look on ebay - got no idea how to put them on here nowadays!

Advertised at £350.00 on ebay so £280.00 plus postage to anyone on here
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35mm or 37mm hubs? Will take if 37mm.
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Old 10-10-2017, 12:11 PM   #3
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35mm or 37mm hubs? Will take if 37mm.
you can change the hubs.
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Old 10-10-2017, 09:20 PM   #4
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Yes realise I can change with new bearings etc but didn’t really want the hassle as I will also need another set of hubs if not 37mm.
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Hi Jim,

You'll be taking them then - they're 37mm!
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