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Wheel size

Does anyone know what the wheel size is of a bailey approach advance on a Peugeot boxer chassis 2016 plate one of my wheel rims cracked yesterday and I want to make sure I order the correct replacement thanks
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Can you not just measure the diameter?

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hi

it will be written on the tire ether 15" or 16"

i have heard of at least 3 vans with 15" wheels and highish mileage that have split rims
can i ask are you overloaded a lot as the above vans were

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Can you not just measure the diameter?

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Nooo 🙀 - it will also need to be the correct width, and the correct offset. To be fair, these things can also be measured from the old wheel.

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Nooo 🙀 - it will also need to be the correct width, and the correct offset. To be fair, these things can also be measured from the old wheel.

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hi john i sort of agree but in reality the 2007 and later x250 ducato/boxer have 2 sizes of steel wheel 15" or 16" except the 2114 x290 model 16" which has the same stud pattern as all the 2007 and later 15"

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