What are the most common bolt patterns in the market?
Bolt Patterns: M12x1.25, M12x1.5, M14x1.25, M14x1.5.
What do wheel spacers do for your car?
Commonly used to install larger tires and brake kits, wheel spacers are devices that fit over a vehicle’s holding bracket to create extra clearance between the wheel and the wheel hub assembly. In other words, wheel spacers increase the offset or the distance between the wheel and the wheel hub assembly.
Are wheel spacers safe to use?
Definitely, properly installed wheel spacers are perfectly safe. The more clamping force applied to the joint (in this case the joint between the wheel and the hub), the more force required to make the wheel slip relative to the hub. Unless the wheel slips on the hub, there cannot be any bending load on the stud. By calculating the length of the bolt after installing the wheel spacers, the hub is locked with the bolt suitable for the length. The customer chooses a pair of 15mm wheel spacers and 42mm extended wheel bolts.