The bolt pattern on a 2003-2025 Mazda 3 spacer is 5×114.3mm or 5×4.5”. When upgrading with wheel spacers, a vehicle-specific set is always the best option. As long as you keep the wheels still covered by the fender flares, using Mazda 3 wheel spacers is legal and safe in most countries and regions. When installed, wheel spacers become the important parts that connect the wheels and hub assembly. If you set up everything well, there will be no additional tire wear.

Always stick to reputable brand tire spacers. Because genuine brand manufacturers make nice Mazda3 spacers. The manufacturing process is strictly regulated, and factories only use processes that have been proven to be safe. As manufacturing technology improves, modern brand spacers are getting stronger, more durable, and aesthetically pleasing. Many good brands and reputations out there. Buy genuine brand wheel spacers, there will be no quality issues.

What Type of Mazda 3 Spacer is the Best?

There are two major types of aftermarket Mazda 3 wheel spacers and are based on the manufacturing processes involved. Forged spacers are the safest and strongest of this bunch. BONOSS forged active cooling Mazda3 rim spacers are made of top-quality aluminum billets. Due to continuous tons of pressure, the resulting wheel spacers have a high degree of uniformity in the grain structure. That is why BONOSS forged active cooling Mazda 3 wheel spacers are much stronger with much less weight.

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BONOSS forged active cooling Mazda 3 wheel spacers are designed with heat dissipation grooves to make brake cooling better. The heat dissipation grooves behind the spacers boost the cooling efficiency, reducing brake thermal decay, and improving road safety. The air takes away the heat, so it achieves the purpose of actively dissipating heat for the brakes. This leads to the extended lifespan of brake parts and reduces the overall maintenance cost of the brake system.

Are Mazda 3 Wheel Spacers Easy to Remove?

When installed, the Mazda 3 spacers become essential to your wheel combination. They are there for safety, aesthetics, and performance. The spacers are mounted to the vehicle hub, which in turn the wheels are mounted to the spacers. You may want to replace the whole brake system or change to thicker Mazda 3 spacers. Whatever it is, it is necessary to get the wheel spacers removed completely.

To make the removal process easier, BONOSS forged active cooling Mazda 3 spacers come with disassembly grooves. There are small notches that are distributed on the corner of wheel spacers. Each notch leaves a limited clearance between the brake rotor and the spacer. Place a screwdriver into the notch and you can simply apply force at an angle to separate the spacer from the brake rotor. This is effective for you to remove Mazda3 wheel spacers.

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