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Mk2 2003 Berlingo on Nimrod 16" 206 alloys
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Here's a pic of a Blingo I sold not long ago with the stated rims on it.

I'm posting the pic because it's the sort of stuff I google trying to find pics of before I buy wheels to see what they look like and if they fit.
N/S from front


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2003 Berlingo converted to run a modified xud9te.
Running 24psi of Boost.
2.5" solid pipework and Fmic.
Converted to electric power steering.
Garrett T2
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Looks good!
Did they bolt straight on? Or were spacers required?
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(29-08-2011, 03:11 PM)zedhead Wrote:  Looks good!
Did they bolt straight on? Or were spacers required?



Hi, These wheels and the c2 vts wheels etc bolt straight on after you get the longer alloys bolts for them as the standard ones for steel rims are no use.





(29-08-2011, 03:11 PM)zedhead Wrote:  Looks good!
Did they bolt straight on? Or were spacers required?

2003 Berlingo converted to run a modified xud9te.
Running 24psi of Boost.
2.5" solid pipework and Fmic.
Converted to electric power steering.
Garrett T2
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And what size were the tires?
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#5
You might wait a while for a reply - the O.P. hasn't been on here since last June
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(17-01-2013, 09:33 PM)Coco Wrote:  You might wait a while for a reply - the O.P. hasn't been on here since last June

Well, I had to try - I need to know if someone on this fine forum ever fitted 205 tires or wider... Damn, it turned out that such info is harder to find than Van Persie's dignity.
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I have 215's on mine on 16's
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(18-01-2013, 09:26 AM)Coco Wrote:  I have 215's on mine on 16's

Nice Smile Did you use spacers? I'm thinking of 6.5jx15 offset 15, and was wondering whether 205 tires would fit without spacers. Sorry if the question is stupid, i am a noob, you know Smile
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No spacers used. Slight rubbing from the front on the very full lock.

When I replace the tyres I will use 205's
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(18-01-2013, 11:10 AM)Coco Wrote:  No spacers used. Slight rubbing from the front on the very full lock.

When I replace the tyres I will use 205's

That's what i wanted to know, thank you very much for the nfo. Last question - what size are your current wheels - ?x16; offset?
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