How do Mercedes EQA wheel spacers work? Are Mercedes EQA 250 wheel spacers actually safe? Where to buy wheel spacers for my 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQA? With the increasing popularity of the Mercedes-Benz EQA 250, these topics have become very popular. When the offset of your stock or aftermarket wheels is insufficient, the EQA wheel spacers would make up the custom offset by pushing the wheels away from the vehicle hub. Having your wheel brought out the ideal distance allows for mounting big brake kits without rubbing the suspension components. Many Mercedes-Benz EQA owners often install spacers to achieve more stability especially while cornering the vehicle. Your EQA 250 becomes more stable as the wheel spacer provides additional width for the wheel track. In this way, the weight of the vehicle is distributed on all the wheels equally which in turn improves the comfort of car handling. The appearance gets a boost with the wheels flush with the fender line. (Above picture from https://www.mercedes-benz.com/en/eq/all-electric-models/eqa/eqa/)
These EQA Wheel Spacers Can Transform Lug Centric Wheels to Hub Centric Wheels
Improper center bore issues call upon the EQA wheel spacers to be installed. Most aftermarket wheels are lug-centric design because this allows for fitting a wider range of vehicles. Due to the larger center diameter of the wheel, there is a certain gap between the hub assembly and the wheel. Some fierce impacts are strong enough to deform the studs, resulting in vibrations. In this case, BONOSS EQA hub-centric wheel spacers are designed to make a snug connection between wheel and vehicle hub, ensuring the hub carries the weight of the car instead of the bolts. This allows the wheels are truly central to the vehicle hub, reducing the high-speed vibrations.
Custom EQA Wheel Adapters for Changing Bolt Pattern
When you intend to achieve the purpose of changing the bolt pattern of your Mercedes-Benz EQA, these EQA wheel spacers, more aptly, are called custom EQA wheel adapters. They allow you to fit wheels to your Mercedes EQA when the PCD doesn’t match. By using the EQA wheel adapters, you can build your own PCD conversion custom specification. For example, your Mercedes-Benz EQA 250 uses Porsche wheels. The EQA 250 has a 5×112 bolt pattern. By putting a wheel adapter on the EQA that has a 5×112 bolt pattern on the hub side (that will fasten with the matching lug bolts) and the wheel mounting side of the adapter will have inner lug nuts on it in a 5×130 bolt pattern. This allows 5×130 Porsche stock wheels to be attached to a 5×112 Mercedes EQA wheel assembly.
How to Choose Mercedes-Benz EQA Wheel Spacers?
Quality is a crucial part of EQA wheel spacer’s safety. This is why BONOSS only uses the highest quality materials. BONOSS EQA wheel spacers are made of high-grade forged AL6061-T6 (tensile strength ≥ 310Mpa) or AL7075-T6 (tensile strength ≥ 572Mpa) that is as strong as aviation aircraft. They are made with modern CNC machinery (0.02mm tolerance), which offers an excellent surface quality and a smooth installation experience. Not just the EQA spacers themselves, but the extended bolts too. The Mercedes stock wheel bolts apply a clamping force to secure the EQA spacer and wheel to the vehicle hub. So, make sure you have equal or stronger extended lug bolts than stock bolts that they can lock everything in the right place. The matching extended wheel bolts of BONOSS EQA wheel spacers applied high-strength JIS SCM440 steel material. They are ISO Standard Grade 12.9 approved (most stock bolts are grade 10.9), which showcase good ductility: tensile strength≥1,220Mpa, limited life range test≥2,000,000 stress cycles without damage, ultimate tensile load≥152,000N, hardness (HV)≥395… BONOSS also offers non-normal thickness’s customized service, completed only in 1-3 days, 3mm-160mm thick, 130mm-350mm dimension is available, OEM/ODM is available. Buy BONOSS EQA Wheel Spacers/Adapters now!