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What coilovers can I have !?
#1
Hey guys,

I what to put new and bigger alloy wheels on my 03 berlingo and I need to find coilovers that can be used on berlingos I've searched eBay and rang demon treks and they don't know but they advised me to ask the berlingo forums . PLEASE SOMEBODY HELP MEEEE Sad
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#2
Xsara Picasso 306 coilovers

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TA-TECHNIX-COI...51c12f52d7

Just remember you can only fit the front, unless you want to modify the bushing on the rear shocks, but even then I say it's a bad idea as they are easy to push with 1 finger compared to the OEM which are stiffer.
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#3
C4 Picasso are the one's to go for the only thing is the rear dampers are to long so you will need to find some shorter one's or get them made up there is a member on here who as them on his black van look through the thread's on member's Berlingo's i think it's there :thumbsup:
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#4
Just run the stock rear dampers, mine is 'heavily' lowered and still uses the stock rear dampers without issue. The ones that come with the 306/Xsara coilies won't fit due to different mountings, but the fronts are fine to use.
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#5
Thanks feuxlingo but how do I run rear dampers ?
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#6
Are you looking to replace the torsion bars with some coil springs ? The rear dampers are only there to take the bounce out of the torsion bars which act as springs. If you want to mount coil overs to replace the present system you will need to strengthen the mounts to be load bearing which will be complicated.
So where does this bit go then ?
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#7
The eBay link posted ^ are they suitable also for a 2006 1.9D? Cheers
2006 Citroen Berlingo 1.9 D - 69 BHP
1994 Renault Clio 1.8 16v - 212 BHP
1993 Renault Clio 1.8 RSi - 110 BHP

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