23-05-2014, 05:26 PM
(This post was last modified: 23-05-2014, 05:29 PM by 1961ed1961.)
Hi, can anyone tell me if I put 15" steel partner wheels fitted with 205/65/15 tyres, will they fit or foul the w/arches, suspension etc, would appreciate your knowledge,cheers Ed
Forgot to say my van is a t reg berlingo 1.9 diesel,
Partner and Berlingo are the same vehicle.
15" were standard fitment to some models
205's will be fine
If your old wheels were 14" they had higher profile tyres so the rolling radius of your 15" wheels and tyres will be near enough the same.
So where does this bit go then ?
Your both wrong guys, they don't fit. The maximum width is 195, wall height is 50 , so 195/50 /15 is the maximum size that will fit. You learn something new everyday.
Unless you drop 20mm hubcentric spacers on first :thumbsup:
longer bolts required though , all adds to the bill of course
More than the price of wheels in accessories :S
Yeah it's a 6j wheel even 195 will look stupid. Find some 4x108 15x7j wheels and then you can roll with 205's
You won't get 205's under the w/arches no matter what. I have ended up fitting standard 14" wheels on , your knowledge on this occasion is limited. Thanks
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Thanks for the test fitting reports. I'd wondered if 205 would go, 185 seemed tight on the rear.
I've not seen 195 width tyres with commercial load ratings (87-up) at "everyday" prices but there were several choices of 205.
(17-06-2014, 09:26 PM)1961ed1961 Wrote: You won't get 205's under the w/arches no matter what. I have ended up fitting standard 14" wheels on , your knowledge on this occasion is limited. Thanks
As is yours as I had 205/45r16's fitted to my v6partner van, and 205/40r17 fitted to my old partner....
The issue with the original posts tyres is the profile not the width of the tyre, put a 205/50 15 on and they'd fit, might need spacing a bit but they most certainly would fit...