After installing BONOSS Mercedes wheel spacers, the handling improved to a new level. These 5×112 12mm wheel spacers relocate your B200 rims and tires outwards so that they can flush with the fender, giving your Mercedes-Benz B200 an excellent stance and a wider track. Many car manufacturers will leave a certain amount of fender space for tire chains. And most track racing cars would make use of every millimeter of the wheel-wells space available in their design for the highest performance and the best exteriors. A wider wheel track means better traction, hence increasing body control experience. In addition, the resistance to rollover enhances. With these Mercedes B200 spacers 5×112, you can fill the fender gap and get more stability as well as better cornering.
Are wheel spacers safe for my Mercedes-Benz B200? Totally, yes. As long as you use high-quality spacers and install them correctly, wheel spacers are just as safe as normal wheels and brakes changing. They have existed for multiple decades, and there is very little opportunity for wheel spacers failure. BONOSS 5×112 wheel spacers have been designed specially to fit your Mercedes B200. They have undergone a continuous forging process, the strength and toughness have been improved greatly. In addition, BONOSS 5×112 hubcentric wheel spacers offer a better system of support and stability. This allows the wheels are truly central to the vehicle hub, meaning reducing high-speed vibrations through the wheels. (Thanks to the PERFORMANCECENTER for supporting)
How does knurling design work on the Mercedes-Benz wheel spacers?
For decorative reasons, knurling can enhance the aesthetics of the B200 W246 wheel spacers by introducing an attractive pattern to the side surface. In addition to aesthetics, there are practical features. Knurling patterns can enlarge the side area so that it can contact more air, boost the heat dissipation effect, and also reduce internal stress. That means improving the performance, strength, and durability of the spacers. BONOSS aims to provide wheel spacers for Mercedes-Benz with more additional functions, safer, higher performance, more professional design, and better installing experience.
What’s the Performance of BONOSS Mercedes Extended Wheel Bolts?
BONOSS Mercedes Extended Wheel Studs have fully achieved ISO standard grade 12.9, tensile strength≥1,220Mpa, limited life range test≥2,000,000 stress cycles without damage, ultimate tensile load≥152,000N, hardness (HV)≥395, NSS≥500H… Many competitors often use other brands of bolts in pursuit of lowering the cost, and they are often only marked with metric units without brand engraved. In view of this, each BONOSS Mercedes extended wheel bolt is “BONOSS engraved”, meaning these M14x1.5 extended wheel bolts are made by BONOSS’s own factory, the quality is guaranteed, and customers’ interests are protected.
Where to Buy Wheel Spacers for Mercedes-Benz B200?
BONOSS has 3mm-25mm Mercedes B200 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 5×130 wheel adapters, 4 lugs to 5 lug adapters, 5×112 to 5×120 wheel adapters).
The Mercedes B200 extended bolts are two-piece design, which effectively eliminates the bolts loosening and abnormal noise caused by the PCD hole coaxially deviation between the wheel and hub assembly. If you would like a set of extended bolts, please ensure the seat type of the bolts is suitable for threading tightly. And, if you don’t know the proper length, you are welcomed to contact our tech staff freely.
BONOSS Mercedes-Benz B200 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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