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Just wondering what 15inch alloys will fit on a berlingo, as im sure someone said they bought 15's but didnt fit....
15's do fit.

This has been discussed in depth on here, try a search.

I will emphasise again, check the offset !! There is very little room on the back between the tyre inner and the bodywork.

Just because it came off another PSA with what is quoted as the same offset as the Berlingo, doesn't mean it will go on one.
Berlingo wheels have a very small offset dimension and if you're fitting alloys you may need spacers. I have 10mm spacers on my alloys.
Here's what I fitted:

And here they are on the car (scroll down):

The supplying company will know what you need and should supply necessary spacers in the fittting kit. Don't forget to buy four security wheel bolts!
The standard bolt size on the Mk.II Berlingo is 17mm but although the thread is the same you may find that the new bolts have a 19mm head.
Hellfrauds do a 17/19mm extending wheel brace for about a tenner.
Bearing in mind that the new alloys were only £50 each and similar in price to OEM steel wheel, I don't think its worth the possible hassle of buying second hand from eBay.
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i got some 15" wheels from halfords cost £200 in a sale they said it came with a fitting kit but the offset was wrong so they gave me a set of spacers free, but it was still a bit tight.
make sure you use hubcentric spacers!!
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thanks for the info, shall look into this more when i need new tyres...
(12-08-2011, 09:34 AM)Daivanman Wrote:  Just wondering what 15inch alloys will fit on a berlingo, as im sure someone said they bought 15's but didnt fit....

Citroen C5 MK1 15" fit with 195/65/15 tyres and don't rub...

I imagine any PSA wheels with the same offset as the C5 ones fit..

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I've had Citroen supplied 15" alloys on my mk3 van since new. I found a card in my wallet which gives the following dimensions required for trouble, (and spacer), free fitting of alloys to take the standard Michelin Energy Saver tyres :

PCD (Pitch circle diameter) ie, radius of wheel bolt centres = 108mm
Offset = 15 to 25mm
Bore (centre hole) = 65.1mm
Fittings (whatever they are), wheelbolts I presume = B12 x 1.25

I hope this is some help, but take no responsibilty for errors, as I gleaned this info off wheel dealer websites.
my lingo has steel 15s as standard so the 15 part should be fine.

It seems peugeot partners have alloys a lot more often so could get a set of those and change the centre if it's not moulded in.

failing that, most things that will fit a similarly aged saxo should fit as long as its not a 3 stud saxo!

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