07-11-2012, 11:19 PM
(This post was last modified: 07-11-2012, 11:21 PM by Merlecollins.)
(07-11-2012, 10:24 PM)Merlecollins Wrote:
(07-11-2012, 10:23 PM)j90xxx Wrote: Inside drivers door, or in the owners manual. tudy:
If it's a van, it's definately 88 or 90.:thumbsup:
What about the load rating of the wheel?
I'm really confused now...
So '80H' are no good for vans then??
And how do I read about van rated wheels if wheels don't have a rating?
It's nothing to do with load rating. It has more to do with the wheels offset.
I have never heard of any member here fitting or trying to fit wheels from a Kangoo.
Go to a alloy wheel site and compare the two vehicles wheel geometry.
The tyres themselves may well prove to be unsuitable for a van BUT all that is insignificant if
the wheels don't correctly fit your van.
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Think the PCD is different on Renualts too? You'll need a 4x108 PCD with a offset of 15-20 IIRC
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What a Rigmarole! Just leave the steel ones on and buy some wheel trims if you must. Alloy wheels are weak and are nothing but trouble, especially ones that arn't OEM.