Chrysler 300c wheel spacers are the same as the specifications of the Chrysler 300. Not only that, but many other vehicles also have the same wheel spacer models. This depends on the lug pattern of the wheel spacers, which is limited to Chrysler 300c and 300 only. Please do not install Chrysler 300c wheel spacers on other vehicles, as slight differences in the lug pattern may cause wear on vehicle components or the wheel spacers themselves, potentially leading to risks during driving.

Why Chrysler 300c Wheel Spacers Are the Same?

The lug pattern of Chrysler 300c wheel spacers is 5×115, 71.5. The lug pattern data consists of PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter) and CB (Center Bore). PCD refers to the circle’s diameter passing through the centers of all the double-headed bolts, wheel studs, or wheel hub holes of the Chrysler 300c wheel spacers. CB, conversely, refers to the diameter of the protruding part of the center bore.

Chrysler 300c wheel spacers with a hub-centric design need to align with the center bore of the vehicle. The hub-centric design helps the Chrysler 300c wheel spacers maintain concentric positioning and reduces the stress and wear on the lug nuts during vehicle operation.

The lug pattern of the Chrysler 300 is also 5×115, 71.5. However, it is worth noting that there may be slight variations in the actual measurements of the vehicle due to factors such as component wear and rust. BONOSS provides products based on a standardized specification for customers worldwide. If you encounter any mismatches with your product, please inform BONOSS customer service promptly.

Before purchasing Chrysler 300c wheel spacers or any other products, you can consult with the customer service representative regarding your vehicle model and product specifications.

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What Kind of Chrysler 300c Wheel Spacers Do You Need?

The thickness of Chrysler 300c wheel spacers is influenced by the installation method. Due to how lug nuts and wheel studs are fastened, wheel spacers need a certain thickness to accommodate the wheel studs. Typically, the thickness starts from 20mm, so wheel spacers with a thickness of 20mm and above are considered bolt-on types. Alternatively, you can choose slip-on type products, but their installation is more complex, requiring professional assistance to remove the wheel studs and replace them with extended ones.

BONOSS provides both bolt-on and slip-on products, and I will introduce their performance and features to you. Bolt-on type products have symmetrical petal-shaped grooves carved on the back, which BONOSS refers to as active cooling features. During rotation, Chrysler 300c wheel spacers collect air through the intake slots, and the air, passing through the grooves, takes away a portion of the heat, reducing the high temperatures endured by the components. This feature helps reduce the likelihood of metal deformation due to heating.

The installation method for bolt-on wheel spacers is to fix them onto the wheel studs and then secure the wheel hub using the wheel spacers’ lug nuts.

BONOSS does support custom slip-on-type products. Slip-on Chrysler 300c wheel spacers can be customized in terms of thickness, and they also offer 12.9-grade wheel studs as components. Unlike bolt-on type products, slip-on wheel spacers offer higher safety because the reduced components mean a simplified installation process and a decreased likelihood of errors in component assembly. However, consulting with BONOSS customer service for guidance is still necessary when replacing wheel studs.

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