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206 gti alloys on peg partner 02 model
Hi iv just purchased a nice set of 15 inch 206 gti alloys fitted with 195 65 15 tyres and i wondering if i v made a mistake as they might not fit in back arches width wise. i tried a one on prior to purchase on front right and my current standard nuts dont seem long enough. Im wondering will they fit or will i need a spacer kit etc and where best place to purchase suitable bolts locking nuts etc . thanks any advice much appreciated
You will probably need spacers if you got the mk2 berlingo, because 206 GTi wheels offset is ~10mm higher than correct.

For MK3 I think they'll fit.
Hello 4ddp welcome to the forum you can get your bolt from the bay of e look for citroen alloy wheel bolt's they will be flat face bolt's also the locking bolt's as for the spacer's they will have to be hub centric not cheap
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my van is last of mk 1s . thanks for comments guys . I had to purchase new wheel nuts flat washer type on ebay cost 28 99 delivered arrived next day. Space was very limited on rear prob only got 5 mm clearance to inner arch liner so i pop riveted arch liner to inner wing just to beef it up a bit and take out any bends or bows and cut 45 degree angle off sides where looked tight with an angle grinder. All with no spacers but these 15 inch nimrods not the more common 16 s good year all weather tyres 195 65 15s . im well pleased with result corners like on rails and much smoother now , i recently put 2 new front shockers and drop links and feels like a new van Smile
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