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Rims to fit B9
#1
Hi,
Will Picasso / C4 rims fit my B9?  Trying to find a used set for winter tyres but not many Berlingo ones on ebay.

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#2
Yep, I have 17" C4 VTR alloys on mine with Michelin Vector 4 snow and rain tyres (205/50/ZR17), brilliant.

The C4 GP is the exact same vehicle as the B9 Berlingo under the skin, down to the last nut and bolt, only major difference is the body shape of course and the option of air suspension on the rear of the C4 GP.

But, all mechanical parts fit straight on.

   
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise
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Hi, My 2009 Van is currently running on 14" standard steel wheels, but I've offered a set of 15" x 6" alloys off a C4 - does anyone know if these are a straight swap?
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#4
Should be straight on, same bolts too (alloy bolts are different) - you say 2009, is it an M59 or a B9?

The B9 is identical to the C4, offset etc. Not so sure about the M59 but I expect they will be a good fit. There are sites online where you can search offsets etc by model. If it looks like mine above (B9), then they will fit.
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise
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#5
I checked the clearance for the wheel/tyre on '15 B9 Multispace, and found at the rear axle the forward arm edge is very close to the std wheel (diam 15" width 6.5" offset 26, 205/65 tyre). Some clearance can be added by modifying the plastic lining attached to the rear axle.

What is found to be the limit of the wheel to be applied, cosidering clearance to rear axle? I'm looking for 16" wheels. On Berlingo OEM parts "Oceanie" wheel measures 16" 7" offset 26mm, so that size should fit. But if I opted for wheel like 32mm offset, which brings the wheel another 6mm inwards, does it rub already?

I have already played with "willtheyfit" site calculator, and widening the wheel from my standard steel wheel dimensions by ½" and increasing the offset to 32, the inner edge goes some 12mm inwards, which might be too close to the arm. In that case I need to go for lower offset wheel. I don't want to use spacers.
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I have on my car Peugeot Arenal 16 inch rims and Michelin CrossClimate+ 215/55/R16 all season tyres
Peugeot Partner Tepee 1.6 BlueHDI 100, year 2017
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(13-06-2021, 04:48 AM)deejay_xb Wrote:  I have on my car Peugeot Arenal 16 inch rims and Michelin CrossClimate+ 215/55/R16 all season tyres

Arenal wheels seem to be Partner Tepee original wheel, thus should be no problem. Dimensions 6.5" 16" 26mm.

Looks nice as well Smile
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(13-06-2021, 01:17 PM)Drummond Wrote:  
(13-06-2021, 04:48 AM)deejay_xb Wrote:  I have on my car Peugeot Arenal 16 inch rims and Michelin CrossClimate+ 215/55/R16 all season tyres

Arenal wheels seem to be Partner Tepee original wheel, thus should be no problem. Dimensions 6.5" 16" 26mm.

Looks nice as well Smile

Hi mate have any pics of what they look like on your vehicle?
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(19-04-2021, 06:06 PM)Hi matedid you get some alloys for your b9 . I’m after some I’ve just come across your post. Which ones did you end up getting? thanks Wrote:  Should be straight on, same bolts too (alloy bolts are different) - you say 2009, is it an M59 or a B9?

The B9 is identical to the C4, offset etc. Not so sure about the M59 but I expect they will be a good fit. There are sites online where you can search offsets etc by model. If it looks like mine above (B9), then they will fit.
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To reply my own question, I opted for Peugeot 5008 Eris wheels (9685783880), dimensions 7.0J16CH4-29. With 205/60-16 rubber, I found no issues with the b9 rear axle clearance.

Apart the trial fit, I have not yet installed the set, so not yet a photo available.

[Image: set-of-4-alloy-wheels-peugeot-eris-16-5008.jpg]
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