Dingo thanks for posting this comment !!All very well fitting bigger rims & tyres . Just wondering how you deal with using tyres that not load rated for commercial vehicles . In UK using such tyres invalidates your insurance , if you try to claim after an accident & the insurers find out about the incorrctly rated tyres , you have zero chance of getting paid out and most likely prosecuted for operating an unroadworthy vehicle . Make sure rims & tyres are both rated for the vans weight capacity . It's not just your life you gamble with . I have had an alloy rim fracture on my HGV at 60MPH , **** flew everywhere , ripped floor out of trailer , fuel tank & cab back . That was a properly rated rim that failed ( porous casting caused failure )
I believe legally that the wheels and tyres must match the PLATED GVWR and not just the weight you are running at.In the case the weight rating for both the wheels and the tires match the load I am putting on the sprinter...
I agree that modifying passenger vehicle rims for use on a truck just for looks is a rather dubious choice.i have seen alum rims for sale at just about 100 a piece. why F w moding a wheel built for another make and model of car ??
But they are 6 stud so will not fit a T1N!Brand new 16x6.5 with +45 offset and 6x130 bolt pattern thats a perfect fit for 2007-2020 Mercedes / Dodge / Freightliner Sprinter $350 for brand new set of 4 wheels. Please emailsacramento.craigslist.org