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Alloy wheels
#1
Hi all, sorry to be a nuisance but could anyone tell me if there are any Citroen Alloy wheels that are a direct replacement for the standard steels on a 65 plate berlingo van without using spacers.
many thanks Len.
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#2
(26-06-2017, 07:37 AM)doofer Wrote:  Yes, lots will fit directly.  In fact alloys are a standard item on many Multispace models.

I think most four-hole Citroen wheels fit, but check in detail.  You will need different bolts too.

Many thanks doofer, so would Citroen C2 alloys fit ok with the correct studs ? I believe they are 16 inch with 205/55 x 16 tyres or should I stay with 15 inch as per original?
Many thanks Len.
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#3
I'm about to do the same thing to my 15 plate Enterprise Van, after much internet searching I've found out you can squeeze in up to 20" rims (with very low profile tyres) Whether they would need spacers or not I don't know. I would recommend chatting to an alloy wheel specialist like these two,

http://www.rimstyle.com/

https://www.wheelbasealloys.com/

though there are many more around the country depending on your location, they will be able to advise you, I believe this topic is called 'offset'

I'm going for 17" rims with 215x50x17 tyres, i'm having them fitted in about 3 weeks. I'll post again after that to let you know if I needed to add spacers.
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(01-07-2017, 04:05 PM)davester65 Wrote:  I'm about to do the same thing to my 15 plate Enterprise Van, after much internet searching I've found out you can squeeze in up to 20" rims (with very low profile tyres) Whether they would need spacers or not I don't know. I would recommend chatting to an alloy wheel specialist like these two,

http://www.rimstyle.com/

https://www.wheelbasealloys.com/

though there are many more around the country depending on your location, they will be able to advise you, I believe this topic is called 'offset'

I'm going for 17" rims with 215x50x17 tyres, i'm having them fitted in about 3 weeks. I'll post again after that to let you know if I needed to add spacers.


Hey Davestar65. How did u go with the wheels/tyres? I just had a chat with one of those links u provided, and they stated the ideal off set on a 17x7.5 wheel is ET25.

Just curious as to how it worked out for you?
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#5
Plenty of different alloy styles and diameters, all based around the Citroen/Peugeot 4x108 stud pattern, but the two other important measurements are the rim width and the offset (ET).

I looked at a good set of used Citroen C5 alloys, only to find that the C5 changed in about 2007/8 from a four to a five stud layout. In the photos the wheels had a centre cap, hiding the bolt pattern, and I nearly bought them by mistake.

As has been said, if you're swapping from steels to alloys, you will also need a different set of bolts to suit. Sorry if I'm stating the obvious here.

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Im actually quite happy to go with a set of steelies in 17x7, with an ET29 off set. There is a brand new set available on Ebay (I cant find them anywhere else). But, they’re ridiculously expensive, up there with alloy wheels. So I’m thinking of trying to remain patient, and see if they pop up somewhere in a wreckers, or gum tree. Then I can trial them on the car and assess the ride. If Im happy with the set up, I can then fork out on alloys.

The wheels on ebay are actually listed for a 3008 Peugot, but my research tells me they have the same CB. So fitment shouldn’t be an issue.

Just gotta find a cheap set somewhere, and we’re good to go. Doh!



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(28-01-2018, 05:25 AM)Shloufen Wrote:  .

The wheels on ebay are actually listed for a 3008 Peugot, but my research tells me they have the same CB. So fitment shouldn’t be an issue.

Check first - some Peugeot 3008 years have a five stud fixing!

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Of course! 4x108


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