Peugeot 106 drivers rear wheel hitting side of wheel arche

1997 Peugeot 106 Problem

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CarPeugeot 106 1.3
Year1997
Ownerjaymie
Posted25/05/2013
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i have just notised that the drivers side reah wheel is hitting the sede of the wheel arch...i have just replaced the shocks but still no luck:( any ideas on what the problem can be
its going for a mot soon?
the car has not been lowered in anyway and is standard
thanks

Solution 1
roverman | Driver | Since: Apr 2013 | Posts: 0 | Fixes: 392 | View Garage
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worn trailing arm bearing better to fit second hand rear axle beam


Posted on Saturday 25th of May 2013
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jaymie | Driver | Since: May 2013 | Posts: 0 | Fixes: 1 | View Garage
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Would it be a big job??




Posted on Saturday 25th of May 2013
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Solution 2
roverman | Driver | Since: Apr 2013 | Posts: 0 | Fixes: 392 | View Garage
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to replace rear axle beam in a garage i would say you are looking at about 3 hours labour providing mountings and brake pipes are ok and your original brake shoes wheel cylinders and drums are re usable .i am not sure how much a second hand axle will cost but make sure you get a good one to have the original bearings replaced is a big job requiring special tools and usually the bearing surface on the trailing arm is worn and pitted .


Posted on Tuesday 28th of May 2013
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