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#1
I know this has already been covered, what alloys wheels size's and tyres will fit a berlingo?
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#2
it has been covered here. Give the search function a go.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP. Persamos green.

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#3
I'm curious to see if anyone has or knows if a mk3 wheel with 195/65 tyres will fit a MK2 van.

Need some bigger tyres that will take the abuse
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(23-10-2012, 06:45 PM)800HDI Wrote:  I'm curious to see if anyone has or knows if a mk3 wheel with 195/65 tyres will fit a MK2 van.

Need some bigger tyres that will take the abuse

Yes they will, but you'll need 10mm hubcentric spacers ( 15 better ) I have them fitted to my 2006 multispace. Rims from a mk3 van with 195/65/15.
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#5
Steve

Where did you get the spacers from?

Do there fit without any rubbing when loaded.

Cheers
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#6
eBay, I think they do cost about £40. 15mm on the back and 10mm on the front, no rubbing, the extra hight they give make it look a mean bus!
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#7
http://www.jjcraceandrally.com/Product.d...%20Spacers

These any good??
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(23-10-2012, 09:34 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  http://www.jjcraceandrally.com/Product.d...%20Spacers

These any good??

That's em, although they are priced each, so expensive, as you'll need longer bolts too, I got mine all together for about £40.

You may get away without spacers on the front, as mine were close, but I wanted a bit more clearance.

These are the cheapest I can currently find;

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Peugeot-Hubcen...415a93ac1e
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#9
Hows about the speedo, is it way out or don't you know
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#10
It's bang on according to the sat nav upto 70mph, so the speed it reads is actually your speed, not under read as is usually the case, over 70 (ahem) it reads a couple of mph under your actual speed.
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