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Anyone down south need some 15" steel wheels + tyres?
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found these on ebay while looking for some for myself, bit far in brighton!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Full-set-OEM-wheel...802wt_1139
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Theres always people askin for a set of these, so cheers for the heads up Steve :thumbsup:
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I looked for ages for a set before having to buy new ones. Well worth grabbing if you are thinking of getting winter tyres later in the year.
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If interested, check your offset and that of these wheels !
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(19-05-2011, 07:21 AM)Coco Wrote:  If interested, check your offset and that of these wheels !

These wheels are a direct fit for a berlingo.
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The only thing would be the tyre size. The ones in the listing are fitted with 195/65/15 whereas the Berlingo (mk2) standard tyre size for 15" wheels is 185/65/15.
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So these tyres would be 10mm wider and 6.75mm taller, doubt it would make a difference?

Wish they were closer!
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#8
I don't think that it would make any noticeable difference. In theory, there could be an insurance issue if you fit a non-standard/approved size but a quick phone call would clear that up.

There are couriers on eBay who tend to quote around £30-£35 for a set on wheels with tyres. Might be worth it if the wheels are cheap enough?
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#9
Offset quoted for a 406 is 13-23. The steels I have are 18. There is very little clearance on the inside of the rear wheels, hence my advice to check the offset. As an example, the alloys that were a perfect fit on my Xantia would not go on the Berlingo - even though the offset quoted on certain websites for the two vehicles varies only by 3mm.
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The part number for the mk2 Berlingo 15" steel wheels is 5401H7 which also shows up as a Peugeot 306 part, as well as Citroen C5 (and probably others as well). The Berlingo offset, as Coco says might cause issues. I have looked for a definitive list of wheels/tyres/offset sizes, but have seen conflicting numbers quoted which doesn't help.
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