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Wheel Identification
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Hi all
Picture blatantly pinched from Google images but can anyone identify these rims please

https://goo.gl/photos/6KHynKGWaNdr1CwX8
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#2
Hard to tell but they could well be 16" steelies from a coupe, fairly deep dish and fit a treat on berlingos/partners, have a search of my posts and you'll find em on my V6 van
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Do you know if the 16 × 7 steelies for the 3008 coupe will be the right pcd and offset to go straight on the Berlingo with or without spacers
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they are wellers, the owner is a member of the forum PeteA
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