Project Description

A better stance! A few days ago, this Lexus IS F installed BONOSS Forged Active Cooling Wheel Spacers, front/rear 20mm (0.8 inches), PCD 5×114.3, CB 60.1. If your new wheels set up do not have the proper offset, it will cause the wheel to rub against the internal suspension components. (Wheels will stick in too much). If you have upgraded your braking system with bigger calipers, it will take up spaces which cause the wheel cannot be mounted back properly. Installing wheel spacers or adapters can create extra clearance to push the wheels outward to correct the wrong offset as well as pass larger calipers for wheel fitment. They are also commonly used for handling improvement and visual enhancement. (Thanks to the owner for supporting.)


As the answer of Lexus to the BMW M3 sedan, the IS F comes with a potent power system, stylish cabin, premium interior, and comfortable seats, which make it to be a great luxury performance car, offering a passionate and enjoyable driving experience. Although Lexus does require their suppliers to comply with specific standards for quality and performance, these standards are often not good enough for discerning consumers. Therefore, many car enthusiasts choose to upgrade from the OEM parts. Now, let’s see what is the difference between installing wheel spacers before and after in the exterior.


What do wheel spacers do?

Many car owners would like to install some nice aftermarket wheels which set up with a positive offset. You should be aware that an excessive positive offset will cause the inner edge of your rims and tires to rub against the suspension components. It can also negatively affect your car’s handling, making it potentially dangerous to drive. But these wheels do look awesome and perform well. In this case, wheel spacers can be the most cost-effective solution. Wheel spacers can create the desired clearance to correct the positive offset by pushing the wheels out from the vehicle hub. Through this way, you can mount wheels that are not made for your car.


BONOSS Side Knurling Design Wheel Spacers

Knurling is a finishing procedure used to create any combination of horizontal, vertical, or crossing lines on the surface of components. BONOSS applied such process for enhancing both the exterior and function of wheel spacers. For decorative reasons, knurling can enhance the aesthetics of the wheel spacers by introducing an attractive pattern to the side surface. In addition to aesthetics, there are practical features. Knurling patterns can enlarge the side area so that it can contact more air, boost the heat dissipation effect, and also reduce internal stress. That means improving the performance, strength and durability of the spacers.

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 Lexus IS F uses front/rear 20mm (0.8 inches), PCD 5×114.3, CB 60.1.
  • 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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