25-02-2016, 08:44 PM
(This post was last modified: 25-02-2016, 08:45 PM by Ewanm77.)
That's what I was thinking the berlingo one has a bend and the 306 one is flat. I'll take some pics tomorrow I put the original stuff back on so I could get the car moved
Must be the same setup as like on a 106, you will have to grind away a little bit of the carrier, don't worry about it, it won't affect the brakes at all. Done it plenty of times myself. Got to take a good bit off it tho, just keep taking abit off and trying it, you will get there
I'll have a bash at it today and see if I can sort it. If not I've got a full set up for sale
How did you get on? Did you get them fitted?
got side tracked just relised the wifes jimny needs mot this week. going to have a go at it tomorrow
do you think it makes a difference what year the berlingo is and what gti calipers you use
No mate, most Peugeot/Citroen parts are interchangeable, fitted a set of gti180 brakes on my mates 2008 Berlingo a few weeks back what's the same as gti6 brakes really.
Here's my gti6 brakes on my 52 plate
29-02-2016, 07:47 PM
(This post was last modified: 29-02-2016, 07:48 PM by Ewanm77.)
just weird how some seem to fit and mine need grinded lol
do you have a pic of the numbers on the caliper
No pics of the number but if you'd is the 106 style hub & strut it will need grounded to fit where mine is the 306 hub setup