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    Default Peugeot 504 steering shaft seal

    It is shown in the photo, it is on the floor and the steering shaft goes through it. It's meant to stop water from entering the cabin. Does anyone have a source for it or a good used one? The usual vendors (Franzose, Serie04, etc.) don't carry it.

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    Peugeot Classic just made one for the 404, so it could be on their radar for the 504 as well. It's not cheap though (the 404 one)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Tippett View Post
    Peugeot Classic just made one for the 404, so it could be on their radar for the 504 as well. It's not cheap though (the 404 one)!
    Thanks, Mike! Availability is not important than price right now, do you have a link to them?

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    http://www.museepeugeot.com/fileadmi...anvier2016.pdf

    "Joint embase colonne", 144 Euros (!) is the description for the 404 part. I don't see this listed for the 504 but you could email Bruno Garovo and ask him if he has any NOS ones (their NOS parts are not available through dealers), or if Peugeot Classic is planning to make a replica sometime. bruno.garovo @ peugeot . com
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    Thanos, If you really can't get one close to home, someone here may well have a secondhand one.

    If ALL fails, I'd be happy to get a secondhand one from a wreckers here and then mail it to you. It isn't much trouble, really.

    I've never been sure if that part is the same in Series 1 505s......I just suspect it is.

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    If you get a good used one, send it 59Floride who is a master of rubber casting and could probably be convinced to make a mould
    and make a few.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    If you get a good used one, send it 59Floride who is a master of rubber casting and could probably be convinced to make a mould
    and make a few.
    Right on the money! That man could end up with a lucrative sideline.

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    Your LHD example appears to be a mirror image of our RHD ones....
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    OR..... if there is anything left of it to work with, bicycle tube rubber is magic when combined with good contact cement as a very durable patch. I once patched up a driveshaft boot on a 504 and never had to touch it again! Car tube is stronger again but harder to mould to shape. Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demannu View Post
    Your LHD example appears to be a mirror image of our RHD ones....
    Darn it...I forgot about people driving on the other side of the road.

    I've found that gasket-grade silicone makes a great liquid rubber substitute, and is very tenacious.

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    Thank you all for the replies, I will chase all possibilities. It is for the old warrior, who is going through down to a bare metal overhaul!
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