Are Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers safe? What do Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers mean? How to choose wheel spacers for my 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E? With the increasing popularity of the Ford Mustang Mach-E, these topics have become very popular. Wheel spacers are a kind of aftermarket wheel components. They’re a simple and inexpensive upgrade that provides many advantages to your Mustang Mach-E. By pushing the wheel away an ideal distance from the hub, it creates spaces between the wheel and hub. Installing Mach-E wheel spacers can create extra clearance to push the wheels outward to correct the wrong offset as well as pass larger brake calipers for wheel fitment. They are also commonly used for handling improvement and visual enhancement. By spacing the wheels out, it will provide more stability and better corner control to your Mustang Mach-E. (Above picture from https://www.ford.com/suvs/mach-e/)
Mustang Mach-E Wheel Spacers: Bolt-on or Slip-on?
Installing Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers offers many benefits to your vehicle. The most popular benefits include: enhanced handling, a better stance, a more aggressive look, increased wheel track, cleared the clearance issues of bigger brake calipers and inner fender, and suspension clearance issues after mounting bigger wheels and tires. There are usually two types of wheel spacers: One type simply slides into the hub and come with their own lug studs and nuts, they are named “bolt-on wheel spacers”, while the other type bolts to the vehicle hub with another set of extended wheel bolts, they are called “slip-on wheel spacers”.
American cars usually use wheel lug nuts to secure the wheels to the hubs. In this case, bolt-on style Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers will be your most suitable choice. The spacers are bolted to the hub with the matching lug nuts, and the wheels are bolted to the spacers with the stock lug nuts. All BONOSS bolt-on style Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers are matching with lug nuts with appropriate seat type, and thread to suit your Ford Mustang Mach-E.
Mustang Mach-E Wheel Spacers: Hub-centric or Lug-centric?
There are a lot of options you’ll find with Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers, but they are mainly classified as hub-centric spacers and lug-centric spacers. We recommend hub-centric spacers rather than lug-centric spacers. Hub-centric Mustang Mach-E spacers offer a better system of support and stability. They are designed to make a snug connection between the wheel and vehicle hub, ensuring the hub carries the weight of the car instead of the lug bolts. Most of the disadvantages that people associate with wheel spacers are actually blamed to lug centric spacers. Due to non-hub centric design, there is a certain gap between the axle and the hub, which means that the wheel is centered by the lug studs rather than by the vehicle hub. Without firm contact, lacking the hub’s support, the studs play the role of bearing the road impacts. Some fierce impacts are strong enough to deform the studs, making the wheel no longer concentric with the hub, resulting in vibrations. Even worse, it may damage the wheel’s center bore.
Mustang Mach-E Wheel Spacers: What Kind of Material is Best?
It is easy to notice that there are Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers of different materials that exist on the market. When choosing safe Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers, material selection can be very important. Since quality is a crucial part of wheel spacer safety, BONOSS only uses high-grade forged 6061-T6 or 7075-T6 billet aluminum alloy material for higher performance and safety. Both 6061-T6 and 7075-T6 are high-performance Aluminum Alloys. They feature good corrosion resistance, weldability, workability, and machinability. After the forged process, the structural strength, toughness, and corrosion resistance are improved greatly. In addition, the tensile strength of 7075-T6 is nearly double that of 6061-T6. The hardness of 7075-T6 is about 1.5 times that of 6061-T6. Both forged 6061-T6 and forged 7075-T6 Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers are available in BONOSS Stock.
||18,000 psi (125 Mpa)
||8,000 psi (55 Mpa)
||42,000-45,000 psi (300-310 Mpa)
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||49,000 psi (340 Mpa)
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Where to Buy Ford Mustang Mach-E Wheel Spacers?
For all of your 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E high-performance upgrades needs, look no further than BONOSS Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers. BONOSS offers a huge range of Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers and adapters to fit a massive variety of aftermarket wheels, brake kits, wide-body kits… Wheel upgrades from manufacturers such as BBS, HRE, RAYS, WORK, OZ, and other; Brake upgrades from manufacturers such as Brembo, EBC, Wildwood, AP Racing, Endless, Baer, Power Stop, and others are able to be easily fitted with BONOSS Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers. These Mustang Mach-E wheel spacers are machining to the highest possible quality and are fully over 66 SGS, TUV ISO standard test reports certificated. BONOSS also offers non-normal thickness’s customized service, completed only in 1-3 days, 15mm-160mm thick, 130mm-350mm dimension is available, OEM/ODM is available. And, if you meet any problem with the selection, we have a support team that consists of professionals ready to help.