It is easy to measure the 2022 BMW wheel spacers. There are many aspects to consider when shopping for wheel spacers, such as the PCD, CB, thickness, material, and more. You can quickly figure them out by your owner’s manual or by checking online. Now let’s leave other considerations aside, and focus on how thick 2022 BMW wheel spacers you need.
Place a straight stick in contact with the outermost tire, and keep it flush and level with the tire. Use a straight edge in millimeters to measure from the inside of the stick to the inner fender lip. Make sure that you are measuring the space where the wheel and tire are closest to the fender. For instance, if you get 10mm wheel clearance, you may need 10mm spacers to bring the wheels flush with the fender flares.
How Many Offsets Are 2022 BMW Wheel Spacers?
If you are thinking of purchasing a set of 2022 BMW wheel spacers, selecting the correct thickness is very important. Apart from the wheel gap, it is necessary to take wheel offset into consideration. The offset of your existing wheels is determined by measuring between the center line of the wheel and the wheel mounting pad. If the mounting plate is further inside the wheel, then this is called “Negative Offset”. Your wheels will look further out from the suspension.
With 2022 BMW wheel spacers, you don’t have to change to a set of low-offset wheels. Wheel spacers reduce offset. At this point, adding wheel spacers provides the same effect as lower offset wheels. Giving an example, the perfect offset is +21mm and you get a set of +31mm wheels. To achieve a low-offset effect, you can install 10mm spacers to push the wheels out about 10mm. Simple calculation.
BONOSS 2022 BMW wheel spacers are machined with knurled sides. Aside from aesthetics, the knurling surfaces eliminate internal stress which contributes to more reliable product mechanical properties. The crisscross knurling pattern enlarges the cooling area which is good for the active cooling effect.
To make the removal process easier, BONOSS 2022 BMW wheel spacers are machined with disassembly grooves. They refer to the small notches which are distributed on the corner of wheel spacers. These disassembly grooves contribute to reducing the spacer’s weight, to some extent.