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Multiapace 2000 rims help with et?
#1
Ive bought new rims for my multispace 2000 mod. 
The standard et is 18 but my new rims is et 25. 
Do you think these will fit or do i need to Get some spacers. 
In case , how Big?
The standard wheel is 175/70 r 14
My new wheel is 185/45 r 15

Sorry for my english, im norwegian!


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Anyone?
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(15-03-2017, 06:45 AM)DBlekk Wrote:  Ive bought new rims for my multispace 2000 mod. 
The standard et is 18 but my new rims is et 25. 
Do you think these will fit or do i need to Get some spacers. 
In case , how Big?
The standard wheel is 175/70 r 14
My new wheel is 185/45 r 15

Sorry for my english, im norwegian!

Nobody ever changed to aftermarket rims with a different offsett/et than the standard rims?
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I bought some 15" 6J Peugeot alloy wheels They came with 195x65 tyres which are too wide . Don't know about the o/set but if I had changed the tyres  to a smaller area eg 175x65 they will fit with clearance on the front but would need a 20mm spacer for the rear as they rub on the inner wing. (2001 van )
2001 1.9d DW8B  Berlingo
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#5
Well you should have done a better investigation before buying them as Berlingo's ET is terrible for aftermarket wheel selection. Would've been cheaper to just band some OEM ET15-18 15" steels . I guess the answer you want is fit them, drive them and avoid going full lock if they rub.
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(15-03-2017, 05:14 PM)Kokain Wrote:  Well you should have done a better investigation before buying them as Berlingo's ET is terrible for aftermarket wheel selection. Would've been cheaper to just band some OEM ET15-18 15" steels . I guess the answer you want is fit them, drive them and avoid going full lock if they rub.

Thx, "kokain" ??
Everything can be done, nothing is impossible. 
I just wanted to know If there was any experience doing that.
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#7
♫ Say my name, say my name......when the po po is not around you ♪

A lot of people have tried sourcing alloys for the M49 M59 but it never ends well because of the terrible offset most cheap aftermarkets are. There is plenty of topics on the forum, granted the search engine is not bringing them up. Also that purchase you made...i don't know going from 175 to 185 and I 93% assume those 15" are no more than 6.5j was it really worth it, not to mention the extra weight. Here is what I would have done if I thought about getting new setup for the ghetto van, OEM 15j6 ET18, http://i.imgur.com/lQJ1YgP.jpg send them to get banded at 30-40gbp a piece to I don't know 8j? Should be good enough to run a little stretch on 195. Stick with 195 as it's cheap and common replacement. Paint them a color of your choice and you are ready http://i.imgur.com/qTFXybt.jpg http://i.imgur.com/SBf3BIc.jpg http://i.imgur.com/khtRuSH.jpg This will save you messing around with spacers and adding to the total cost of what it could have been.
On the other hand if you do want to get spacers at least invest into concentric (wheel can sit on the lip instead of bolts) and you will definitely need longer bolts. Don't follow any guides and measure by eye, any spacer below 20mm is probably worthless [̲̅$̲̅(̲̅5̲̅)̲̅$̲̅] [̲̅$̲̅(̲̅5̲̅)̲̅$̲̅] [̲̅$̲̅(̲̅5̲̅)̲̅$̲̅] wise. I've had a bunch I've tested from our track guys and they are all pretty much the same, don't worry about the shape. You have ones that barely have any material (thats because they are universal for multi holes + claim to be light...bullshit) and then you have full metal with holes for specific vehicle which are best (this design is not because quality item but because over 20mm they will have to be more meaty..and they are easier to fit having specific holes while locating the wheel back on)
http://i.imgur.com/u2d2lbc.jpg http://i.imgur.com/jXf0yNE.jpg http://i.imgur.com/GObzh15.jpg
If I couldn't fetch something like this for peanuts I wouldn't bother with them at all. Banded Steels For The Win

p.s and yes the handling will improve a touch (very dependable on your current geometry) based on having wider tracking at the front.

Edit: These idiots can't even tell you the correct length, the manufacture data is all over the place. I guess the Dura gives you extra 30cm to play with, but at least it shows you it doesn't have to be the perfect size. Obviously as long as it's not too short.
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(15-03-2017, 05:14 PM)Kokain Wrote:  Well you should have done a better investigation before buying them as Berlingo's ET is terrible for aftermarket wheel selection. Would've been cheaper to just band some OEM ET15-18 15" steels . I guess the answer you want is fit them, drive them and avoid going full lock if they rub.

Put them on this weekend, no problem on the front, on the Rear wheels i used 5mm spacers!


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