The Porsche Cayenne 5×130 wheel spacers have been designed by BONOSS to fit securely and perfectly on the vehicle. It is worth noting that the multi-finger BONOSS hub centric wheel spacer is a new product based on data from the Porsche Cayenne and Porsche vehicles with the same hub assembly configuration and that this design is combined with the Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers as it takes into account the thickness of the Porsche Cayenne wheel spacers chosen by most owners. In the case of the 5×130 Porsche Cayenne wheel spacers installation, the 12mm wheel spacers differ markedly from the commercially available Porsche Cayenne wheel spacers in terms of the hub centric design.
What Is A Multi-finger Design?
If you know something about wheel spacers, you will find that hub centric wheel spacers are one of the most recommended products. The explanation of hub centric is that it is a design that fits into the central protruding area of the wheel (the hub assembly) and is derived from the hub centric on the inside of the rim. This design is derived from the hub centric on the inside of the rim, which is designed to keep the rim and the hub assembly drive area concentric in position, eliminating the lug bolt wear vibrate that used to be produced by the lug centric holding the rim in place, while today’s wheel spacers are designed with the hub centric to create a tight connection between the wheel and the hub centric, ensuring that the wheel carries the weight of the vehicle, rather than a double-headed bolt or stud. This makes the wheel truly the center of the vehicle hub, which means that no high-speed vibrations are generated through the wheel.
A special point is that the hub assembly design of the Porsche Cayenne and some Porsche models is not the same as that of the common vehicles. While BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and other brands use a round-ring design for their hub assemblies, the Cayenne has a multi-finger wheel style, a design also known as locking fingers or by other names, and commercially available the common wheel spacers in most cases follow the hub centric that matches the circular hub assembly. Such hub centric wheel spacers have a lower matching rate to the hub assembly and even with the hub centric design, there is still the possibility of vibration. The Porsche Cayenne wheel spacers hub centric also reduces the stress on the wheel studs or bolts and increases the service life of the hub centric by having the corresponding hollow slots machined into the original hub centric for the number of fingers. The knurled sides of the Porsche Cayenne wheel spacers increase the contact area with air and help to dissipate heat.
How Do BONOSS Porsche Cayenne Wheel Spacers Perform?
Quality is undoubtedly a key part of the safety of Porsche Cayenne wheel spacers, and BONOSS uses premium forged 6061-T6 or 7075-T6 billet aluminum alloy to enhance the performance and safety of Porsche Cayenne wheel spacers. The forged spacers have a much higher structural strength, toughness, and corrosion resistance: Tensile Strength ≥ 572 Mpa and Yield Strength ≥ 503 Mpa. The “Hollow Carved” holes” design provides a significant weight reduction of up to 20% compared to its predecessor. This is a proven design for effective weight reduction and improved control.