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Problem with 206 wheels on Berlingo and they are rubbing on rear
#1
Hi
I have just bought some second hand Peugeot 206 wheels with excellent 175/65/14 tyres on for my berlingo but the back ones are rubbing when going over bumps and cornering. My previous wheels were 15 inch Peugeot wheels with 195/65/15 tyres on but they were not rubbing.  Any ideas what could be the reason for the rubbing  as i'm totally confused?  
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#2
The offset of the 206 wheel's is wrong making them rub on the wheel arch lining if there rubbing on the inside you can put spacer's on Smile  but if there rubbing on the out side of the arch there nothing you can do  Sad
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As Jed sed (!) The offset on the 206 is different to the Berlingo which is 108.
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#4
Ah hence the rubbing. Its rubbing on the plastic trim behind the wheel. Spacers are probably my best option then. Thanks Guys Smile
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#5
I have 205 1.6 GTI wheels on my Berlingo and there is no rubbing with the Italian wheels but the French wheels rub everywhere..
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#6
Check this out...
http://www.wheel-size.com/

There is a good resource if you Google wheel PCD or fitments..
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#7
Or this one might help...

http://www.wheelfitment.net/citreon
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#8
Im just wondering if 5 mm spacers would be enough.
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#9
or this one might help..

http://www.carlsalter.com/citroen-wheel-fitments.html
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#10
Thanks for the link ajcommercial.
Using the link provided the
Make year pcd offset bore
Berlingo 96 on 4×108 15 to 18 65.1
206 98 on 4×108 20 to 25 65.1
So If the offsets are worked out in mm? then a 5mm spacer would solve my problem?
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