Project Description


Higher performance! Several days ago, this Mercedes-Benz A35 V177 installed BONOSS Forged Lightweight Plus Wheel Spacers, front 10mm (2/5 inch), rear 12mm (1/2 inch), PCD 5×112, CB 66.6 together with BONOSS Forged Grade 12.9 Extended Wheel Bolts. What do wheel spacers do? By pushing the wheel away an ideal distance from the hub, it creates spaces between the wheel and hub. 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 can create extra clearance to push the wheels outward to pass larger calipers for wheel fitment. They are also commonly used for handling improvement and visual enhancement. (Thanks to the owner for providing these pics)

The Mercedes-Benz A35 V177 is one of the most praised A-class sedans, complete with a stylish design, exquisite interior, comfortable seats. It offers advanced technology and lavish features to make the ride more enjoyable. The Mercedes-Benz A35 is powered by a 208-hp turbocharged engine, delivering surging power as well as 264 lb-ft of torque. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission offers a smooth, sharp switch and a variable all-wheel-drive system provides engaging handling. The steering is firm and fluent, the body control is dynamic and energetic, excellent suitability for road driving.


Are hub centric wheel spacers safe?

Hub centric wheel spacers mean wheel spacers with small rings of metal made with specific diameters to fit the wheel hub, transforming a lug-centric wheel into a hub-centric one. They are designed to make a snug connection between wheel and axle hub, ensuring the hub carries the weight of the car instead of the studs or bolts. This allows the wheels are truly central to the vehicle hub, meaning no gap, no vibrations through the wheels. Besides, also reduce the stress on the wheel studs or bolts, improving service life range. By custom data, hub centric wheel spacers make it possible to install aftermarket wheels with different center diameters.

How to confirm the seat type of extended bolts?

Typically, it is the same seat type as the stock bolts you’re using. There are conical seat, R12 ball seat, R13 ball seat, R14 ball seat, flat seat, etc. For the factory wheels, the seat type of the extended bolts must be the same as the factory wheel bolts. For the aftermarket wheels, the seat type of the extended bolts must be the same as the type of the aftermarket wheels. It is essential that the wheel bolts seat and the wheel lug seat match. If the wheel bolts seat type does not fit the wheel seat type, it is possible that the wheel bolts would be bent or damage the wheel.


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 Mercedes-Benz A35 V177 uses front 10mm (2/5 inch), rear 12mm (1/2 inch), PCD 5×112, CB 66.6.
  • The extended bolts are spacer structure design, which effectively eliminates the bolts loosening and abnormal sound caused by the PCD hole coaxially deviation between hub and shaft head. This Mercedes-Benz A35 V177 uses ball seat bolts. If you would like a set of extended bolts, please ensure the seat type of the bolts is suitable for threading tightly. And, if you don’t know the proper length, you are welcomed to contact our tech staff freely.
  • 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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