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Wheels for Berlingo
#1
Hi All, Merry Christmas!
Have been a member for a while but have posted much as yet!but need some help as can't seem to find to many people willing to help in Australia.
Have finally bought a nice silver berlingo 2006 model and have began doing a few mods such as lowering the rear a bit, blacking out the badges,stereo and now hunting for some wheels.

Having trouble getting wheels to fit here in OZ. I want the deep dish look but most wheel shops keep telling me they won't fit due to the offset on my Berlingo.

This is what the offset say on its original steels at the moment.

26c 60884 b9h3 Made in france 01 06 DOT ET24 00015



Pretty sure it would be the same in the UK.

I would like to fit something like this to Axis OG Old Skool Gloss Black with polished lip on this website http://www.jdmyard.com/index.php?route=p...uct_id=549

Size: 15x8

PCD: 4x100

Offset: +25.

Does any one know will these fit? or what i can do to make them fit??

Or does anyone know any other wheels that fit and look good on the berlingo!

Thanks for you help
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#2
I use this site to do a rough check.

Your first "point of contact" if you get it wrong, is the rears brushing the inner wheelarch liner. Next is usually tyres rubbing on front struts. Hubcentric spacers are getting cheaper all the time, if you need them. Long bolts are easily found.

Feuxlingo has a few opinions; might be worth reading up on his recent posts about wide wheels. My personal observations are that the Pug suspension has a fairly narrow bandwidth of "optimum" tyre sizes for good handling/feedback (I don't hang about) and outside of that makes me nervous.
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#3
You'll need a 4x108 PCD so those wheels are a none starter I'm afraid unless you start messing with adaptors ect. It is possible to run wider wheels, there's afew of us on here who do now Smile

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#4
Yeahh, you'll need to sort out the PCD! 8 inch... whats that like an extra 2 inch from the stock rims? tell me if it rubs if you fit them - looking to get mine banded.
If it aint broke don't fix it... if it is broke, who gives a rats ass?
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#5
Thanks guys for the info and input, apologies for such a delayed response as i have been away camping!

Still have not sorted out wheels for my berlingo.

Does anyone know if Peugeot 206 Gti wheels fit straight on?

If you know anything else that would fit please let me know.

Thanks Again
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#6
they'd be 4x108 - so should go on... may be an issue with spacers, I'm not sure tho!
If it aint broke don't fix it... if it is broke, who gives a rats ass?
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