Berlingo wheel PCD

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Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by nginmu » 09 Jan 2018, 17:18

Would anyone be able to tell me the wheel bolt PCD for the following vehicle:

Citroen Berlingo Diesel 1868 cc
Date of first registration: 30/03/2006
Revenue weight: 1805kg
Tyres: 175/65/14
Variant: GBWJYB
Model: Berlingo 600D X

Thanks for any info. I'm looking for two wheels at the scrappies & wanted to be able to work out what will and won't fit.

Very rough measurement with a bent tape measure seen through an oblique phone pic on a facebook post gives about 100mm +/- maybe 4mm; hoping for a tad more accuracy to be on the safe side

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by GiveMeABreak » 09 Jan 2018, 17:29

Do you have the VIN after all that? It's a lot easier :-D

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by 411514 » 09 Jan 2018, 17:53

PCD is 4x108

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by nginmu » 09 Jan 2018, 18:09

Thanks - yeah buddy just called round unexpectedly and my steel rule seems to say about 108 albeit in the cold and the dark - thanks. Sorry wasn't sure if posting VIN was safe / allowed.

Are there any other parameters I should really check when buying wheels from scrappies.. offsets, locating holes etc

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by 411514 » 09 Jan 2018, 18:14

So long as the stud pattern is correct, it is probably advisable to stick with wheels with roughly the same (ideally identical) offset to the original wheels to avoid issues like scrubbing on the arches when turning the wheels.

Other than that, it isn't usually a good idea to fit wheels which have a significantly different diameter/circumference to the original wheels as this will mess with the gearing.

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by Paul-R » 09 Jan 2018, 18:27

Two other things to look out for are the diameter of the centre hole and the offset of the wheel. Too small a hole and the wheel simply won't go on and too large a hole will make centring of the wheel possibly iffy. Get the offset wrong and you could make the steering too heavy, catch the bodywork when turning the steering wheel, wear the tyres out quickly or put excess strain on the wheel bearings

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by nginmu » 09 Jan 2018, 18:47

Thanks :-)

This site is being very useful to see what might be out there that fits.. https://www.wheel-size.com

Seems I need to look at scrappies with plenty of cars that take 5.5Jx14 ET24; CBore: 65.1 mm; bolts; 4x108

Rim width: 5.5"
Rim fitment flange type: J
Rim diameter 14"
Rim offset ET24 - 24mm
Centre Bore: 65.1 mm
Wheel fitment type: bolts
Wheel bolt PCD: 4x108
Tyres: 175/65/14

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by Pug_XUD_KeenAmateur » 09 Jan 2018, 21:25

I'm 99% certain that the
205 is a 13"
309 is a 13"
406 is a 15"

just try the rims on an axle with Discs, not Drums, on yours (fronts for sure) before you pay for 'em.

I can source 14"s but I'm a long way away and I'm sure they won't be too troublesome to find.

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Re: Berlingo wheel PCD

Post by nginmu » 11 Jan 2018, 23:24

Found a couple of shabby wheels of a C3 for £20 at the local scrappy - tyres are 165 not 175, in all other respects everything else seems to match up. Planning to take his existing 175 tyres off his damaged rims and swap them over onto the new rims which we've scrubbed up & painted, and get them balanced up.. hopefully job's a good'un :-)