This nice BMW G20 3 Series gets BONOSS Forged Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers, Grade 12.9 Extended Wheel Bolts, and an Endless brake kit installed. By pushing the wheels further away from the vehicle hub, they increase the track width, hence reduce body roll. This helps improve your tires’ lateral grip. The tires are more evenly loaded, which leads to better handling of the car and faster acceleration coming out of a corner. Aesthetically, by adding the proper amount of extra space between the rim and the wheel hub, the wheels will stick out to flush the fenders, giving your BMW G20 a more sporty and fiercer look. All of these benefits come without changing the wheel and tire size. (Thanks to the owner for providing pics)
Using wheel spacers (or wheel adapters) has now become a common practice among many modification enthusiasts. Since most aftermarket performance brake kits are often bigger than the stock parts. If you would like to upgrade to larger brakes, the BMW 5×112 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. Since they can push your wheels and tires outwards to the position where get flush the fenders. This is effective to help complete the widebody look of your vehicle without splashed more money on some deep-dish rims.
How to Ensure BMW 3 Series G20 Wheel Spacers Safe?
Generally, whether hub-centric or not mainly depends on the size of the spacers and the axle structure of the vehicle. For your BMW 3 Series G20, hub-centric wheel spacers are the more preferred option. Hub-centric G20 wheel spacers are designed with a hub-centric ring that is centered by the wheel hub. The bore hole in the spacer precisely fits the wheel centering flange on the hub. With this design, the original axle hub structure is retained. This doesn’t change the way of securing the wheels, meaning no additional force, reducing the chance of high-speed vibration. Even driving in hard conditions, they can’t be forced off the center.
Do You Need BMW G20 Extended Wheel Bolts?
Any time you run G20 wheel spacers, you need longer lug bolts. If you have installed a wheel with a spacer using OEM lug bolts, don’t be fooled by the fact that visually the wheel is securely fastened. Actually, the thread of stock bolts is enough for fastening the stock wheels, when adding a BMW spacer, the thread won’t be enough anymore. When your BMW 3 Series G20 is loaded to capacity, an emergency maneuver performed at high speed may lead to a bolt failure. Giving an example, if your stock bolt’s length is 27mm, and you have installed 20mm wheel spacers, then 47mm lug bolts will be required.
Where to Buy Wheel Spacers for BMW 3 Series G20?
BONOSS has 3mm-20mm BMW G20 wheel spacers 5×112 in stock. We also offer non-normal thickness’s customized service, completed only in 1-3 days, 3mm-160mm thick is available, OEM/ODM is available. Common requests from our customers include PCD conversion, CB conversion adapters for aftermarket wheels (e.g., 5×112 to 5×120 wheel adapters, 5×112 to 5×130 adapters, 5×112 to 5×127 wheel adapters).
BONOSS BMW M14x1.25 extended wheel bolts are available to conical seats, ball seats, and flat seats (also called “mag” seats), etc. There may be differences in aftermarket wheels, so please take a check on your new wheel rims. If you would like a set of extended bolts, please ensure the seat type of the bolts is suitable for threading tightly.
BONOSS BMW 3 Series Wheel Spacers are 10 Years Worry-free Warranty, which is an excellent and cost-effective choice for wheel upgrades. Professional production experience and excellent product quality make us confident to provide a Super Long Warranty Service up to 10 years that far exceeds the period of most brands.
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