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Re: exchangeable bits

Postby steve_earwig » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:25 pm

Which badge??
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Re: exchangeable bits

Postby FarmerPug » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:28 pm

the bootlid one.
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Re: exchangeable bits

Postby highlander » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:29 pm

The one on the lock on the boot.

On the saloon and coupe, they are the same part. I think it's even true between D8 and D9 saloons / coupes.

The estate has an entirely different boot lock badge from the saloon and coupe. Not sure if the boot badge on a D8 estate is interchangeable with the one on the D9 estate.
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Re: exchangeable bits

Postby waue1978 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:34 pm

Boot badge on a D8 & D9 estate is interchangeable, but it is just a badge - not the boot lock. Late high spec D9s seem to have just a chrome lion badge though, as opposed to the trapezoidal badge on the earlier models.

Only visual difference between the back end of a D8 & a D9 estate is the black plastic trim that runs along the bottom of the tailgate - on a D8 it is just plain black plastic whereas a D9 has the chrome trim running through.

I've been updating my list of bits on the first page as I think of things so I'll add that one to it.
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Re: exchangeable bits

Postby steve_earwig » Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:06 pm

FarmerPug wrote:the bootlid one.

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highlander wrote:The one on the lock on the boot.

Ah, thankyou. Umm, yep, they're all the same - saloon & coupe, D8&9. In fact...

D8 saloon -
"PEUGEOT" - 8663GG
"406" - 9663GH
D8 coupe -
"PEUGEOT" - 8663TN
"406" - 9663GH
D8 estate -
"PEUGEOT" - 8663GG
"406" - 9663QP
Lion - 7810C8
Saloon & coupe lock surround - 8726C1

D9 saloon -
"PEUGEOT" - 866505
"406" - 966504
D9 coupe -
"PEUGEOT" - 8663TN
"406" - 9663GH
D9 estate -
"PEUGEOT" - 8663GG UNTIL RPO No. 08791, 866543 SINCE RPO No. 08792
"406" - 9663QP
Lion - 7810C8 UNTIL RPO No. 09637, 7810J3 SINCE RPO No. 09638
Saloon & coupe lock surround - 8726C1
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby FarmerPug » Thu Jan 13, 2011 3:24 pm

whats the Fffffffffffff about?
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby waue1978 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 3:30 pm

If anybody is interested, I've spent a good hour or so putting this together:

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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby FarmerPug » Thu Jan 13, 2011 3:40 pm

its been a very well spent hour, useful to anyone with questions about the 406.
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby highlander » Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:01 pm

FarmerPug wrote:whats the Fffffffffffff about?


Well, from this:

FarmerPug wrote:the rear bootlid badge.


steve_earwig wrote:Which?


FarmerPug wrote:i think between a saloon and a coupe.


steve_earwig wrote:Which badge??


FarmerPug wrote:the bootlid one.


I'd guess you weren't quite answering Steve's question :) There are three badges on the boot lid - one that says "Peugeot", one that says "406" or "406 HDi", and the one on the boot lock.

Y'know those kids that, when you tell them something, they say "Why?" and then you explain, and they say "Why?" and you explain some more, and they say "Why?" That kinda reminds me of this particular conversation :cheesy:
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby steve_earwig » Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:20 pm

It always annoyed me that when kids ask their parents questions the usual reply was a snapped "because I said so!". Why can't they take the time? Then I talked to my nephew - "Why's that then?" "Well, it's because blah blah blah" "So, why's that then? "Well, you see blah blah" "Why?" "Oh fgs you little... because it is!". No I understand why my dad told me so much bollocks when I was a kid :roll:
waue1978 wrote:If anybody is interested, I've spent a good hour or so putting this together:

viewtopic.php?f=28&t=13563

Nah, not really :P I'll have a squint through later for part numbers etc. I'll also have to copy all the pics (so they don't go walkies) which will take me a while. And there's a stack of others on the KB I didn't do yet too :(

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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby Welly » Thu Jan 13, 2011 5:06 pm

steve_earwig wrote:No I understand why my dad told me so much bollocks when I was a kid :roll:


My Dad told me if I really concentrated at school I'd get a good job when I was older :| - he probably didn't want me to be a burden to him as I got older :roll:
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby FarmerPug » Thu Jan 13, 2011 5:56 pm

highlander wrote:Y'know those kids that, when you tell them something, they say "Why?" and then you explain, and they say "Why?" and you explain some more, and they say "Why?" That kinda reminds me of this particular conversation :cheesy:


ah that the why phase, my young cousins are at that age. If they ask why, ask 'are you sure you want to know' if they reply yes then you get the chance for a why at them?

and why would you bother taking off the 'peugeot' '406' and them sticky badges the bootlid push button opener button incorporating the peugeot lion badge and on saloons the thing that also acts as a handle is really the only badge thing that can be removed and placed back on another car effectively.
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby teamster1975 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 6:07 pm

FarmerPug wrote:and why would you bother taking off the 'peugeot' '406' and them sticky badges the bootlid push button opener button incorporating the peugeot lion badge and on saloons the thing that also acts as a handle is really the only badge thing that can be removed and placed back on another car effectively.


Any number of reasons. Someone pinched one of them, it fell off, looking tatty, replacement boot lid, etc.
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby FarmerPug » Thu Jan 13, 2011 6:11 pm

i suppose for repainting purposes it would be removed but i thought them badges are a one use thing.
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Re: Parts interchangeable between D8/D9

Postby Gary406 » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:25 am

just been reading waue's post about interchangable stuff on 406s

he used himbigcheifs rear lights in his post and said these are D9 headlights fitted to a D8 ??

i thought the rear lights are not interchangable ..
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