It is not easy to figure out what size of BMW G30 wheel spacers do you need. If you intend to make your car look sportier and more noticeable without changing wheels, then the thickness will be determined by the distance from the edge of the fender to the face of the tire. If it is the offset problems of BMW aftermarket wheels, then you need some calculation. Given an example, the ideal ET is 30. With an ET42 offset rim, you can put in 12mm spacers to meet fitment. Presuming that you had clearance issues at the brake, then the thickness depends on the increased height of the caliper. If you are installing a wide body kit, to get wheels flush the fender, you can add around 2-inch wheel spacers.
Does Putting BMW Wheel Spacers Affect Performance?
By pushing the wheels further away from the vehicle hub, they increase the track width, hence reducing 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, spacing out your wheels to a certain distance will change the way your vehicle looks. 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 car a fiercer look. All of these benefits come without changing the wheel and tire size.
BONOSS BMW hubcentric spacers are designed to help wheels stay centered on the vehicle. They usually come with a hub-centric ring that fits over the hub flange on the axle and over the center bore of the wheel, filling up any possible gap between the two surfaces. Most originally equipped wheels are hub-centric. The center hole of these wheels is perfectly fitting the vehicle hub. Hub-centric wheels can be properly mounted and accurately balanced. But most aftermarket wheels are actually lug-centric, which means the center hole will be made larger to fit over a variety of different vehicles. Lugs can be bent under force and provoke vibration if you keep the wheels unbalanced for a long time. For this reason, we recommend hubcentric wheel spacers.
What Length BMW Wheel Bolts Do I Need?
If you have added BMW G30 wheel spacers, to meet proper thread engagement, the thread length of the extended wheel bolts should equal the length of stock bolts plus the thickness of the spacer. Giving an example, if your stock bolt’s length is 27mm, and you have installed 15mm spacers, then 42mm wheel bolts will be required. Since BMW wheel bolts are designed to fasten your wheels with a clamping force. When torqued to the manufacturer-specified spec, they will make a strong mechanical connection to the threads on the vehicle hub. It is very important to ensure your BMW 5 Series wheel bolts are torqued to the correct specifications.
Where to Buy BMW 5 Series G30 Wheel Spacers Near Me?
- BONOSS has 3mm-20mm BMW 5×112 wheel spacers 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 5×100 wheel adapters, 5 lug to 6 lug adapters, 5×112 to 5×127 wheel adapters).
- The thread pitch of the BMW G30 is M14x1.25. BONOSS extended wheel bolts have fully SGS, TÜV ISO Grade 12.9 certified, tensile strength≥1,282Mpa, limited life range test≥2,000,000 stress cycles without damage, ultimate tensile load≥152,000N, hardness (HV)≥395, NSS≥192H. 27mm – 75mm wheel bolts are available to fit your wheel spacers mod.
- BONOSS BMW Hubcentric 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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