In specific cases, a 6-lug Ram spacer can fit a Chevy truck, especially if the bolt pattern, offset, and hub bore are the same. For example, both the Chevy Silverado and Ram 1500 use a 6×139.7mm lug pattern. So, you can put a 6×139.7 Ram spacer on a Chevy car. But it’s always best to consult with a tire professional. Because even though the lug bolt patterns are the same, the different center bores might not fit over the wheel hubs.

When the wheel offset is not ideal, people turn to use Ram spacers. Indeed, these Ram wheel spacers are sometimes a good solution to your fitment issues. Every truck would leave a certain wheel gap for slight changes in tire size. And most trucks look better when the wheel gap is not so pronounced and the tires are flush with the fender. They also provide your truck with better traction, handling, and grip benefits.

Can Ram Spacers Help with Tire Rubbing?

The answer is yes, the Ram wheel spacers are safe and useful for bigger wheels, wider tires, lift kits, and wide-body kits. By moving the wheels and tires further out from the suspension, Ram spacers help prevent the tire from hitting the fenders or any other suspension parts. Since the wheel spacers increase the track width, your vehicle performs better in crossing obstacles, which allows for better pass ability. This also makes your Ram look rugged, powerful, and muscular. Such a Ram truck will surely turn some heads.

Does a 6 Lug Ram Spacer Fit a Chevy BONOSS Forged Active Cooling Hubcentric Aluminum Alloy Rim Spacers CHZ (2)

With the same price as most spacers, BONOSS forged active cooling wheel spacers come with heat dissipation grooves to improve the brake cooling. The grooves allow the external cold air to flow continuously inside the spacer when it rotates. The air takes away the heat, actively dissipating heat for the braking system. This boosts the cooling efficiency, reducing brake thermal decay, and improving road safety. People always seek ways to prevent the brakes from overheating. Such BONOSS forged active cooling rim spacers are good for your performance brakes.

Is It Hard to Remove Ram Spacers?

Removing Ram spacers isn’t hard. However, if you use red Loctite on the wheel spacers, things may be a little troublesome. Actually, it is optional to use Loctite on spacers. The threadlocker will glue the studs and nuts together. It makes the removal process hard. Normally, it is not necessary to use Loctite on BONOSS wheel spacers. Because BONOSS forged active cooling Ram spacers come with ISO grade 12.9 wheel studs and ISO grade 10 wheel nuts. They are meticulously coated with Dacromet.

The Dacromet coating provides four-way corrosion protection for those wheel lugs. What’s better, BONOSS forged active cooling Ram wheel spacers come with disassembly grooves. The disassembly grooves refer to the small notches that are distributed on the corner of wheel spacers. When removing these Ram wheel spacers, get a flat-head screwdriver and place it on one notch. Pound a hammer on the screwdriver at a 45-degree angle. It should come off pretty easily.

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