Wheel spacers won’t damage wheel bearings. In fact, they are no different from a wheel with less backspacing. In other words, spacers cause no more damage than offset wheels. As long as they fit properly and are correctly torqued, there will be no issues. In some cases, the mass of the spacer plus wheel is lighter than the equivalent solid wheel with the same backspacing, they won’t kill your wheel bearings.
Just get the top-quality wheel spacers, you can make the car perform better and look more stylish. Brand spacer manufacturers spend much time, money, and resources to optimize the spacer design. These fit exactly on your vehicle which provides peace of mind in its compatibility and performance. In addition to this, correct hardware, careful maintenance, and other factors have effects on the safety the spacer offers. Done properly, running wheel spacers will be fine for years without any problems.
Why Do You Need Wheel Spacers with Hub-centric?
Tire experts always recommend hub-centric wheel spacers. Don’t even look at multi-fit ones. In order to further adapt to more car models and reduce costs, universal wheel spacers are NOT hub centric to the hub size of your vehicle. If they are not hub-centric, they are not safe (unless really thin) and you will have the unbalanced wheel feel forever due to the wheels not being centered properly.
For a perfect suitable installation, BONOSS wheel spacers come with specific hub-centric rings for specific vehicle styles. Hubs hold wheels central and support most of the vehicle’s weight. Therefore, the wheel bolts just hold the wheel tight to the hub. This provides a stable connection between the axle and the wheel. Since there is no significant extra force, the effects of wheel spacers on the bearing are within the safety standards.
Why Do You Need Wheel Spacers with Quality Hardware?
If you use wheel spacers, make sure the wheel bolts are strong enough to keep everything in place safely. A stronger retention power on the wheel is necessary. Arguably, the higher the tensile strength, the more force that the wheel bolts can withstand without breaking. ISO Grade 12.9 extended wheel bolts are available in BONOSS stock. They are all approved by SGS and TÜV.
To ensure safety, BONOSS wheel bolts will undergo a series of safety tests before leaving the factory. The results of those performance tests are great: tensile strength ≥ 1220Mpa; ultimate tensile load ≥ 152,000N; proof load ≥ 121,000N. These SGS TÜV-certified wheel bolts are completely safe to use. So, if you need a set of wheel spacers to provide optimum performance to the vehicle, these wheel bolts are the perfect hardware for you.