Imagine if you could make one simple tweak to your lovely Subaru Forester, and see an instant boost in safety and outlook. That must be to install the BONOSS Subaru Forester wheel spacers! Some of the most common questions when it comes to wheel spacers are ‘are they safe to use?’. Most potential problems are due to the cheap and low-quality products and incorrect approaches to installation. Lucky for you, I’m going to share 5 techniques with you to keep your vehicles insanely safe in this post.
1. Stop to use cheap wheel spacers and lug nuts
NEVER use those unscrupulous products of weak materials and poor mechanical properties, which will bring great safety hazards to the vehicles. The qualified wheel spacers should be forged aluminum alloy spacers. Common genuine products of 7075-T6 and 6061-T6 reach the using standard. And the studs should be forged and ISO 12.9 degrees, which ensures fatigue resistance and is not prone to breakage. BONOSS Subaru Forester wheel spacers and studs verified by SGS and TÜV meet the safety standard. Show the advantages of BONOSS products in another post for you.
2. Ensure that the wheel spacers can fit the brake disc tightly
Select hub-centric and customized wheel spacers to fit the brake disc better. You can select wheel spacers according to your vehicle model in every market. In addition, it is necessary to pay attention to the de-rusting of the center hole of the brake disc, while the rust has a thickness that will handicap the fitment. You should know that a 0.1 mm deviation is sufficient to make the vehicle’s body vibrate. I recommend BONOSS Subaru Forester wheel spacers which are measured for most real vehicles and manufactured precisely to 0.02mm and are not prone to cause vibration.
3. Tighten each lug nut properly
As the wheel studs and nuts are the only things that connect the brake disc to the tires, and the tires are the only things connecting to the road, tightening the lug nuts properly is paramount. When you place lug nuts on, you torque them up to 6.5 to 8 rotations to ensure minimum torque. Most vibration is due to incorrect installation.
4. Check if the tires will rub against the fenders
When you end the installation, turn the steering left and right, and check if the tires will rub against the fenders. If the ties are too close to and even rub against the finder, stop to ride! Replace with thinner BONOSS Subaru Forester wheel spacers to get a more suitable wheel offset.
5. Retorque all lug nuts on the vehicle after the first 25 miles
After taking the 4 techniques, hold on! The last punch, retorque all lug nuts on the vehicle after the first 25 miles to get an insanely safe ride.
Now I want to hear from you!
Which techniques from the post are most effective for you?
Are you going to buy Subaru Forester BONOSS wheel spacers?
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