Are hub centric wheel spacers good BONOSS 10mm spacers car spacers for rims

Installing hub-centric wheel spacers is a good option to make your car stand out and improve the ride and performance. If you plan to change the size, style, or color of the wheels, distortions in the offset or other suspension clearance issues will make a wheel modification not ideal. Spacers will solve these issues by creating the desired space between the vehicle hub and wheels. If you need to push out 10mm, then 10mm spacers will do the trick for you. Pushing out the wheels brings a wider track to your car. A wider track not only makes your ride more stable but also adds a unique look to your car. Among the market, there are hub-centric spacers and lug-centric spacers. What’s the difference between these two spacers? Are hub-centric wheel spacers good or bad? Here we will help you go through all of that.

What’s the Difference Between Lug-centric and Hub-centric Wheels?

There are two distinct types of wheel spacers found on today’s market: hub-centric wheel spacers and lug-centric wheel spacers. Hub-centric wheel spacers are centered by the center metal ring of the wheel and the hub flange. In this way, the wheels are centered by the hub connection and the lugs can hold them flush against the brake rotors. This allows the wheel to support the vehicle’s weight and fill the gap for a more tightly fit, reducing vibration. On the other hand, lug-centric spacers would mean they are centered only by the torque of lug bolts/nuts, rather than the hub flange. They commonly come with a bigger center bore diameter for fitting various vehicle models. However, without the support of the hub (because of the gap), you will experience shimmy at the first impact when the shearing force and forces at 90 deal thoroughly with lug studs and lugs. Lugs can be bent under force and provoke vibration in the car. This distracts the center bore of wheels in contact with the axle hub.


For over 10 years, BONOSS has offered quality hub-centric wheel spacers and adapters for sedans, SUVs, trucks enthusiasts everywhere. Compared with traditional hub-centric spacers, we have upgraded the universal design, which is called “multi-stage hubcentric”. BONOSS multi-stage hub-centric wheel spacers fit your existing wheel hub perfectly, further reducing the chance of high-speed vibration. They are made out of high-strength, corrosion-resistant 6061-T6 aluminum (if you want to get higher performance, we also have the 7075-T6 option). Spacers have various applications, not only can they allow for a more flush stance, pushing the wheel outside of your fender, but also add your fitment options. Hub-centric wheel adapters, on the other hand, are designed to fit wheels with different bolt patterns or center bore diameters.