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Alloy wheel compatibility for 2.0l HDI
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Hiya,

I have searched the forum and think I have an answer but wanted to be sure.

My Berlingo is an 04 1.0L HDI and according to the manual I need 185/65 R15 88H XH1 tyres.

I fancied putting some alloys on and found these on sale down the road from me I could pick up today.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CITROEN-XSARA-...SwMmBV6GCJ

Other threads suggest that Xsara alloys will fit, but can someone confirm definitely if this will be the case?

I can get genuine bolts if needed, will I have any foulding of trims or arches? Will I need spacers?

Any help would be great

Thanks,
H
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#2
I've just bought a set of 307 alloys to go on mine. Just swop the centre caps for citroen ones. Tough decision now. Repaint silver, white or a gunmetal black colour
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Got 307 nimrod with 195/55/16 tyres on mine needed some spacers to get them to fit properly
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