Customers can buy different BONOSS wheel spacers to install on Mercedes-Benz CLS300 and other models. BONOSS produces and designs Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers and Active Cooling Wheel Spacers. In many customers’ buying experience, they choose to install different thicknesses of wheel spacers in the front and rear. Most BONOSS Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers are under 20mm thick. In the choice of rear wheels, if you need thicker wheel spacers, you can choose to install Active Cooling Wheel Spacers. This product can provide more thickness options, and BONOSS supports unconventional thickness customization, with a maximum custom thickness of 160mm.
Can Slip-on wheel spacers and Stud-on wheel spacers be installed on the same car? No problem, Slip-on wheel spacers are wheel spacers with extended bolts, and Stud-on wheel spacers are wheel spacers with stock bolts and bolts that come with the wheel spacers. Slip-on wheel spacers for the front wheels and Stud-on wheel spacers for the rear wheels are not a problem. In the case of the Mercedes-Benz CLS300, 20mm Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers were used for the front wheels, and 25mm Active Cooling Wheel Spacers were used for the rear wheels.
Both are best-selling products based on hub centric wheel spacers. The Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers are characterized by their lightweight. BONOSS has redesigned the wheel spacers compared to the previous generation, reducing the weight by an average of 20% based on structural strength. More details are added to the wheel spacers, such as recesses for easy installation and removal, hollow design, and multi-stage Hub centric. The Active Cooling Wheel Spacers are patented by BONOSS and have more symmetrical grooves on the back to facilitate air circulation and provide additional airflow between parts.
The correct installation of different wheel spacers will not damage the vehicle. Wheel spacers are the spacers between the rim and hub and increase the backspacing, pushing the rim outward to the proper position, even if the installation of different wheel spacers ultimately increases the backspacing and thus provides more space for the hub and rim. More space means you can upgrade to a better-performing brake kit and not worry about friction between the brake kit and the rim. At the same time, you can also choose to install your favorite rim. Wheel spacers have another name, wheel adapter. The difference between the two is whether the vehicle needs to install a different data rim, PCD, CB, and the number of bolt holes will not meet the data rim can not be installed. Still, the wheel adapter can be based on the rim and hub and be designed to torque according to the data of the rim and hub to meet the needs of rim installation.
BONOSS Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers and Active Cooling Wheel Spacers are made of 6061-T6 and 7075-T6 high-performance aluminum alloys, which are the most suitable materials for manufacturing wheel spacers in the industry. It shows more comprehensive performance in strength and tensile elasticity. The traditional steel wheel spacers are pointed out to be heavy, too hard leading to poor stretchability and easy to break, or other materials, all of which are criticized for having disadvantages in weight or stretchability. In contrast, aluminum alloy, the material for manufacturing wheel spacers, verifies its reasonableness in data. The wheel spacers made using 7075-T6 aluminum alloy are after SGS and TUV authoritative testing. The wheel spacers made with 7075-T6 aluminum alloy have obtained 74,000-78,000 psi (510-572 MPa) Tensile Strength, 63,000-69,000 psi (434-503 MPa) Yield Strength, 5-11% Failure Elongation.