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And so it starts
#1
Got some alloys for the van today, need to sort the tyres out but it's already quieter Big Grin 

[url=[Image: 20170429_184223.jpg]]1st of many[/url]

Hope the pic works.
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#2
are the TD Pro Race


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#3
Ah just zoomed in ..They are OZ lol
What size???


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(29-04-2017, 07:41 PM)BigC Wrote:  are the TD Pro Race

OZ superleggera, tyres are way too small at 205/40 x 17
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(29-04-2017, 07:45 PM)BigC Wrote:  Ah just zoomed in ..They are OZ lol
What size???

7x 17, need spacers too
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#6
Nice one and nice van btw
I just got some Pro race 1.2. (still in boxes lol) similar lay out
what off set you running there? (ET)


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(29-04-2017, 07:50 PM)BigC Wrote:  Nice one and nice van btw
I just got some Pro race 1.2. (still in boxes lol) similar lay out
what off set you running there?

Thanks, not 100% on offset, were advertised as ET26 but needed 10mm spacers to clear calipers on front, guess they are very flat from the mounting face though.
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#8
I thought ET for Berlingo van was around 25 anyway as stock.....not sure you need spacers at all TBH need to check that out before you commit.....https://www.wheel-size.com/size/citroen/berlingo/


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(29-04-2017, 08:28 PM)BigC Wrote:  I thought ET for Berlingo van was around 25 anyway as stock.....not sure you need spacers at all TBH need to check that out before you commit.....https://www.wheel-size.com/size/citroen/berlingo/

Needed the spacers to clear the front brake calipers, rear are fine but will look better spaced a little.
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#10
Good to know pal as my ET is a little lower therefore will be a little more stanced than the norm but still within the boundaries.
I'm going to be running Hankook K120 Ventus V12 Evo's (eventually Rolleyes ) 215/45R/17
Whats your plans for the tyres then?


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