If you want to change the look and performance of your Hyundai Santa, one of the easiest and most effective ways is to install wheel spacers. Wheel spacers are metal discs that fit between the wheel and the hub, creating a larger gap and pushing the wheels outwards. This can improve the stance, handling, and appearance of your vehicle.
What size of Hyundai Santa wheel spacers do you need?
There are a few factors to consider, such as the bolt pattern, the stud size, the hub diameter, and the desired offset. Here is a brief guide to help you choose the right wheel spacers for your Hyundai Santa.
Bolt pattern: This is the number and arrangement of bolts that attach the wheel to the hub. For example, a 5×114.3 bolt pattern means there are five bolts evenly spaced around a circle with a diameter of 114.3 mm. You need to match the bolt pattern of your wheel spacers with the bolt pattern of your wheels and hubs. Otherwise, they will not fit properly.
Stud size: This is the diameter and thread pitch of the bolts that secure the wheel spacers to the hub. For example, a 12×1.5 stud size means the bolt has a diameter of 12 mm and a thread pitch of 1.5 mm. You need to match the stud size of your wheel spacers with the stud size of your hubs. Otherwise, they will not tighten correctly.
Hub diameter: This is the diameter of the center bore of the hub, which is the hole that fits over the axle. For example, a 67.1 mm hub diameter means the hole has a diameter of 67.1 mm. You need to match the hub diameter of your wheel spacers with the hub diameter of your hubs. Otherwise, they will not center properly.
Offset: This is the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the mounting surface of the hub. For example, a +35 mm offset means the mounting surface is 35 mm away from the centerline towards the outside of the wheel. You need to choose the offset of your wheel spacers based on how much you want to change the position of your wheels. For example, if you want to push your wheels 20 mm outwards, you need to choose
wheel spacers with a -20 mm offset. This will reduce the effective offset of your wheels by 20 mm. For example, if your wheels have a +35 mm offset, adding a -20 mm wheel spacer will make them have a +15 mm offset.
According to the web search results, the Hyundai Santa Fe has different bolt patterns, stud sizes, and hub diameters depending on the year and model. For example, the 2017 Santa Fe has a 5×114.3 bolt pattern, a 12×1.5 stud size, and a 67.1 mm hub diameter. You need to check the specifications of your vehicle before buying wheel spacers.
BONOSS Hyundai Santa wheel spacers are one of the fittest spacers. They can perfectly fit your Hyundai Santa. For various Hyundai models, wheel spacers are customized for the different bolt patterns, hub bores and thicknesses. Even if your wheels are modified, there are suit spacers provided. But why BONOSS Hyundai Santa wheel spacers can fit better? You can see there are lips and multi-stages in the center of spaces, which ensure the snug fitment of hub bore and spacer. Besides, the hub bore and PCD of every Maserati model and year have been accurately measured. This makes the fitment more guaranteed.
BONOSS Hyundai Santa wheel spacers are high-quality spacers. Those cheap and unfit spacers are dangerous. You never want your wheel to fly away when running on the road. I recommend BONOSS hub-centric Hyundai Santa wheel spacers. They are high-quality forged billet aluminum made from aerospace degree 7075-T6 or 6061-T6. The wheel studs are ISO grade 12.9. They are hard and tough, unable to bend or break when running in your Hyundai Santa.