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Propshaft bearings
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Chris S
Head cook and bottlewasher

Netherlands
5081 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2014 :  22:24:41  Show Profile  Visit Chris S's Homepage
As you know the front & rear propshaft bearings for the Golf 2 Syncro, Passat G60 Syncro & Golf G60 Syncro are no longer available from either VW or VW classic parts, thats part numbers 191 521 349 & 350

When they were last available from VW in 2012 they cost just over 100 pounds (125 EU) each

I am looking at the cost of getting a batch made up (say 5 or 10 of each front & rear)

I have no idea on price yet other than to say that they will cost less than the dropped VW part, by how much I don't know yet,

They will be sold in pairs as it doesn't make any sense to do all the work in dropping your propshaft only to replace 1 bearing.

as always they will be brought to you at the best possible price!

Please post below & indicate if you may be interested in buying a pair.



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Cokkeli
Beyond help

Finland
115 Posts

Posted - 03/05/2014 :  12:22:42  Show Profile
one pair here.

I doesnt matter what car you drive if it is Golf with 4wd.
Ex. -88 2d. Cl 1.6 My first.
Ex. -99 4d. GTI 190hp
Today: -08 5d variant sportline Tsi Dsg,
-91 Syncro Country.
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Thomas Cahill
Syncro savvy

Ireland
36 Posts

Posted - 05/07/2014 :  08:56:38  Show Profile
I would be interested as well chris
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