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Subrame refiting/removal for saw bar bushes replacement
#1
I need to lower the subframe in way off changing the saw bar rubber bushes. 

Untill removal evrething fine, however by reading the repair manual from the maker it has a special tool witch are a pair of pins for subframe aligment before thitning the bolts.

On haynes manual is writen to do some markins before removal, but i would like to do right think by placing the pins.

Does anyone knows where to get/buy this sort of aligment pins???

Online i can only find for ford, vw and not for peugeot partner/berlingo......

I appriciate your help
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#2
Sway bar bushes.
So where does this bit go then ?
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#3
(01-04-2021, 08:02 AM)ffrenchie Wrote:  Sway bar bushes.

 On the foward of the front subframe there is 4 boltts, 2 per each side, and between of each pair of them there is one insert to place pin before you tighten these 4 bolts.

I dont know if it is clear or not.

If not i can add the the peugeot repair, where this is showned....
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(02-04-2021, 05:56 PM)SergioFR Wrote:  
(01-04-2021, 08:02 AM)ffrenchie Wrote:  Sway bar bushes.

 On the foward of the front subframe there is 4 boltts, 2 per each side, and between of each pair of them there is one insert to place pin before you tighten these 4 bolts.

I dont know if it is clear or not.

If not i can add the the peugeot repair, where this is showned....

Just to correct is not on the front but ashley at rear near the sawbar
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#5
What Frenchie means, is the part is called a sway bar, not a saw bar. Sway is to move, saw is to cut
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#6
Ok is sawy, fine

Iam still looking for the pins
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#7
Sway lol. Hope you find the pins. Searching may be easier using the word "sway" in Google or eBay.
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#8
Can you post a picture of the special tool?
Maybe you can make one if it is only a bar with 2 pins in it?
Try the Haynes method as an experiment only and see if it works. If it does, you can forget pins.
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#9
I found a pair of pins on ebay, you can see the link bellow

https://www.ebay.com/itm/-01-Orig-PEUGEO...ect=mobile

With the measure of them i where able to manufacture a pair.

I will by them, online i dont find any other

Honestly i dont believe in me hanics, sorry if there is some reading this sentence. I prefer to spen on the tools
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#10
Hey good for you. And sorry for our corrections, they were meant in a friendly way. My Portuguese is non existent! Smile
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise
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