Project Description


Better body control! Yesterday, this Ford Escape installed BONOSS Forged Active Cooling Wheel Spacers, front 20mm (4/5″), rear 30mm (6/5″), PCD 5×108, CB 63.4. What do wheel spacers do? If you have upgraded your brake system with bigger brake calipers and still want to keep the current wheels attached to your vehicle without scratching, you can use a set of wheel spacers. Wheel spacers are used to create necessary distance on the inner portion of the wheel for clearance problems with brakes, tie rods, and other suspension components. By pushing out the wheel, you can gain the ideal amount of clearance for a bigger brake caliper instead of rubbing against it when mounting back the wheel. (Thanks Fanatic for providing these pics)

The brake caliper is one of the most essential components of the braking system. Larger calipers with more pistons and larger brake pads will offer greater stopping power and shorter stopping distances than the smaller ones. And bigger rotors also radiate more heat from the larger surface areas. More pistons equal more force. In short, larger calipers can stop your car quicker on the road and provide a more enjoyable and dynamic control. To fix the clearance problems, wheel spacers will be your most easy and cost-effective solution.


Why Choose BONOSS Wheel Spacers?

BONOSS Forged Active Cooling Wheel Spacers are designed to maximize the performance of your vehicle, giving it more stability, better cornering, and an awesome exterior. The body of BONOSS wheel spacers applied advanced black hard coat anodizing technology which is a proven very useful electrochemical coating process that provides both predominant corrosion-resistance durability and an excellent appearance. These wheel spacers are made by modern CNC 0.02mm tolerance machining to the highest possible quality. All BONOSS wheel spacers are matching with all necessary hardware components including wheel lug nuts or wheel bolts to suit your vehicle.

Are Hub-centric Wheel Spacers Safe?

There are a lot of options you’ll find with wheel spacers, but they are mainly classified as hub-centric spacers and lug-centric spacers. We recommend hub-centric spacers rather than lug-centric spacers. Most of the disadvantages that people associate with wheel spacers are actually blamed to lug centric spacers. Due to non-hub centric design, there is a certain gap between the axle and the hub, which means that the wheel is centered by the lug studs rather than by the vehicle hub. Without the firm contact, lacking the hub’s support, the studs play the role of bearing the road impacts. For some fierce impacts are strong enough to deform the studs.


Additional Information:

  • BONOSS wheel spacer thickness can be customized flexibly, which is compatible with most vehicles. Thus, if you would like different sizes of wheel spacers, feel free to contact us. This Ford Escape uses front 20mm (4/5″), rear 30mm (6/5″), PCD 5×108, CB 63.4.
  • The matching wheel studs are made of JIS SCM44o high-strength steel, which features many desirable properties such as high strength, wear-resistance, excellent toughness, impact resistance and high-temperature resistance. All BONOSS wheel adapter kits are matching with all necessary hardware components including wheel lug nuts or wheel bolts to suit your vehicle.
  • Each BONOSS product is printed with the logo of “BONOSS”. This offers an easy method to distinguish other fake and inferior products. At the same time, it also provides a way to find our after-sales service. Our products are 10 Years Limited Warranty (new products with 12 months warranty), which is an excellent and cost-effective choice for your car upgrades.

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