Hellaflush Stance and Wheel Spacers
The combination of wheels, tires, ride height, and alignment settings all affect a car’s stance, so every car is unique. It’s pretty obvious how wheels affect a car’s stance, however, many people don’t realize that tires do as well. Let’s say you go from 235 width tires to 245s. The tire is going to stick further out on both sides of the wheel, which will give your car a visually wider stance.
You also need to consider how your car’s alignment, specifical camber, affects your stance. The more negative camber you have, the more the top of the wheels will stick into the fender. Height will have a similar effect as camber on your car’s stance. If you’ve ever lowered your car, you probably noticed that the wheels appear more sunken in afterward. This happens because the negative camber increases as you lower a car. Therefore, before buying wheel spacers, make sure that the wheels, tires, driving height, and alignment settings are determined. By determining your settings first, you can buy the correct wheel spacers for the first time.