There is data in the archive that could help you identify what you have, ie correct colour torsion bar.
Look at the links in this link ... http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/archive/i...-2987.html
also info on adjusting torsion bar / ride heights .... http://www.suzukituning.com/PSA/Suspension/Lowering.htm
Just put coil overs on the front and see it as a blessing in disguise
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Thanks for the info all, its reconditioned and painted silver all over so I cant tell from that. The guy specializes in these and seems to do a good job, fits grease nipples and that, and he says he only uses the thicker torsion bars and sets them high.
I need the ride height and carrying capacity for firewood, canoes and whatnot, otherwise i'd have followed steve's advice then got the windows tinted
Was the old one actually raised from standard, or possibly a "poor roads" variant?
Not to my knowledge, and not by visual comparison with every other berlingo on the road. The tyres are only barely below the wheel arch.
This is standard for an "800" rated van so far as I know: