Avdvantages of Wheel Spacers
Are wheel spacers a good idea?
Fit Wider Tires
Using wheel spacers allows you to safely fit wider tires on your existing wheels or upgrade to bigger wheels without rubbing against the frame, axle, or other suspension components. This, of course, improves traction and handling even more.
Fit Bigger Brakes
Performance brake kit is often bigger than the stock one. If you would like to upgrade to larger brakes, wheel spacers will make the required room for a larger caliper that wouldn’t fit in the factory wheel space. This will provide a significant driving experience increase.
Typically, widebody builds include new offset wheels and tires, because keeping the current wheels would make your car look like there’s a huge hole in the fender. Hence, if you have added a wide-body kit, wheel spacers will be your most effective solution.
Wheel spacers increase your track width. With the improvement of the traction, the resistance to rollover enhances, and the comfort level of handling the vehicle improves a lot. This is effective when the vehicle is driven in bad weather or when cornering the vehicle.
More Rim Options
Wheel adapters (conversion spacers) allow you to install aftermarket rims with different bolt patterns and hub diameters on the vehicle properly. By adding wheel adapters, you can build your own PCD conversion specification, such as 5 lug to 6 lug adapters.
Wheel spacers provide a cost-effective way to keep your current wheels while creating a much wider track plus a lower center of gravity. In return, you will experience more grip when cornering, which allows for a rapid acceleration as you exit curves.