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Wheelnuts for OEM alloys?
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Got a set of Citroen alloys winging my way from a C4 Picasso. My Berlingo is currently on steels so I'm guessing I'll need a different set of nuts. Anyone know?
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#2
Basically there are two types of wheel bolt in your situation, both shared between the B9 Berlingo and C4 Picasso. There's one with a flat seat for alloys and a few types of steelie, and one with a conical taper.

Considering the bargain new price of £4 or so each, breakers would be a good start...
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(05-03-2013, 07:18 PM)addo Wrote:  Basically there are two types of wheel bolt in your situation, both shared between the B9 Berlingo and C4 Picasso. There's one with a flat seat for alloys and a few types of steelie, and one with a conical taper.

Considering the bargain new price of £4 or so each, breakers would be a good start...

Perhaps wouldn't have been a bad idea to ask the breaker I got the wheels from - duh! Confusedillyme:
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(05-03-2013, 07:32 PM)nicebiscuit Wrote:  
(05-03-2013, 07:18 PM)addo Wrote:  Basically there are two types of wheel bolt in your situation, both shared between the B9 Berlingo and C4 Picasso. There's one with a flat seat for alloys and a few types of steelie, and one with a conical taper.

Considering the bargain new price of £4 or so each, breakers would be a good start...

Perhaps wouldn't have been a bad idea to ask the breaker I got the wheels from - duh! Confusedillyme:

More than likely you will need the flat seated ones -available on ebay by the bucketload if you've no local breaker with any.
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mine came off a pug 206, 17mm head version, there are 19s about
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