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[Steering & Suspension] difference between Berlingo and Picasso rear rear
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Hello everybody,

Who knows the difference between Berlingo and Picasso rear rear?

The Berlingo rear axle can be used on Picasso or not? What is the difference in detail?

If you can show me the images of the difference that will be great.

Thank you in advance.

I also have 5 questions below pictures.

I hope that you will help me answer these questions because it answers very important to me. Thank you ver     y much.

1, I found a part (in the picture) with different Picasso and partner, so I want to know how they can be used to Picasso and without any partner problems or not?
   

2, Can you tell me Picasso and Partner length "A" (2) in the figure (length should be no shock to fix it)
   

3, for parts in the picture, Picasso has the same part of the partner or not?
   

4 Picasso has a drum brake and disc brake model. both drum and disc brakes Picasso with the same parts as shown below?
   

5, the lower part of the same thing or not for drum brake and disc brakes Picasso?
   
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(19-12-2016, 02:15 PM)marxxon Wrote:  Hello everybody,

Who knows the difference between Berlingo and Picasso rear rear?

The Berlingo rear axle can be used on Picasso or not? What is the difference in detail?

If you can show me the images of the difference that will be great.

Thank you in advance.

im no expert but as i understand it the berlingo/partner rear axle is same as small hatchbacks ... pug 306 and 207

maybe the picasso is the basis for the bigger vans.. pug expert/ citroen despatch?
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#3
Correct me if I'm wrong but I think the B9 berlingo is based on the C4 Picasso floorpan so the rear suspension should fit. C4 rear springs are the same as B9 fit !
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When lowering the B9 Berlingo they use C4 lowering spring's HTH . Smile
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#5
The rear axels should be different from 2 main reasons I noticed. 306 shocks won't fit without some modding work, they are also less robust. It's been known people from 106/saxo to update to Berlingo rear beam due to being heavy duty and also thicker torsion bars. This is providing you get one from the Van version (600? or whatever the hell its called)
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