What does wheel spacer do?
Usually used to install larger tires, wheel spacers are devices mounted on vehicle fixing supports that can create additional gaps between wheels and hub assemblies. In other words, the wheel spacer increases the offset or distance between the wheel and the hub assembly. The wheel spacer matches the bolt style of the vehicle and is mounted on the existing double-headed bolt so that the wheel can be installed normally. If there is no wheel spacer, some custom wheels will be too close to the existing components of the vehicle (e.g. inner wheel compartment). In addition to the obvious benefits of allowing larger tires to be mounted on the vehicle, wheel spacers can improve the performance and more unique appearance of the vehicle. Many people use wheel spacers to increase vehicle maneuverability, that is, traction. The farther the wheel is from the hub assembly, the better its grip is, to a certain extent, the traction or traction when turning. And because the wheel is farther from the hub assembly when using the wheel spacer, the traction of the vehicle is improved when turning. The wheel spacer is also only used to make the wheel extend outward from the vehicle to make its appearance more interesting.