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Old 12-11-2016, 03:00 PM   #1
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can anyone tell me what this part is?

I have beentrying to figure out what this is called so I can replace it as its bad- can anyone help point me to what i should be looking for? I was taken out of a driveshaft right past the center support bearing-

https://s30.postimg.org/rgmsew169/IMAG0088.jpg
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Re: can anyone tell me what this part is?

It looks like the ball bearings, spacer cage, and inner bearing part of a constant velocity joint; like any front wheel drive car is likely to have, at the front hubs.
I dont think anyone will sell you what you are showing in the image. They would sell the next higher assembly. In other words, the entire bearing assembly, or a Constant Velocity halfshaft assembly. I dont know anything about Touregs though.
That kind of a CV joint is called a Birfield-Rzeppa joint. However I doubt most parts countermen wont know by that name.
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