1. What is the size of Ford Ka II wheel spacers?
These items are made of exactly Ford Ka II spacers specifications: Bolt Pattern (PCD): 4×98, Center Bore (CB): 58.1, Thread: M12x1.25. As long as the vehicles share the same bolt pattern, center bore diameter, and thread size with Ford Ka II, these items can also be used as wheel spacers for those vehicles. For more details, check on Are these wheel spacers compatible with my vehicle.
2. What are the benefits of installing BONOSS wheel spacers on Ford Ka II?
Wheel spacers provide many benefits to your Ford Ka II. For example, clearing suspension clearance issues after mounting bigger wheels and tires, better steering experience and more grip power, better ability to roll over obstacles. In addition, pushing your wheels out to a certain distance allows you to add a bigger brake kit without rubbing the wheel. BONOSS wheel spacers provide all the benefits above. In addition, BONOSS Ka II spacers apply Global Pioneer Active Cooling Technique which utilize the rotation of the spacers to allow the external cold air entering and continuously flowing inside the spacers, enhancing the heat dissipation of the braking system, reducing brake fade. The braking efficiency gets improvement, driving is safer.
3. How does the active cooling function works on my Ford Ka II?
As a professional Ford Ka II wheel spacers manufacturer, BONOSS created the Global Pioneer Active Cooling Technique, breaking the single functionality of the traditional wheel spacers. The special petal shape grooves utilize the rotation of the spacers to allow the external cold air entering and continuously flowing inside the spacers, enhancing the heat dissipation of the braking system. Installing BONOSS active cooling wheel spacers helps improve the heat dissipation of the brake system, reducing brake fade while providing the functions of traditional spacers. The cost of manufacturing an active cooling wheel spacer is nearly equal to the traditional alternative. You don’t need to pay extra fees for the cost, that is why BONOSS offers better functions and higher performance wheel spacers, but maintaining a particularly friendly price. For more details, check on BONOSS Active Cooling Wheel Spacers Benefits.
4. Are Ford Ka II wheel spacers safe?
Wheel spacers are used to widen the track of cars, also widely used to fix backspacing and clearance issues. Drive with 10+ wheel spacers manufacturing experience, having witnessed countless successful cases, we have the confidence to say that as long as the Ka II spacers you buy are reputable and made of top quality material, they are completely safe when installed correctly with care and patience. Quality is important to ensure safety. BONOSS wheel spacers are designed with actual measurement, using forged 6061-T6 aluminum alloy material (tensile strength ≥ 310Mpa), and matching with ISO standard grade 12.9 wheel bolts and ISO standard grade 10 lug nuts, which are over 66 SGS TÜV test reports certificated. Precision at 0.02mm tolerance, which offers high surface quality, more importantly, safer and more professional. For more details, check on Are Wheel Spacers Good or Bad.
5. Why your Ford Ka II need hubcentric wheel spacers?
Hub centric wheel spacers pilot by the center bore of the vehicle hub. This means they center on the hub of the vehicle while simulating the piloting lip on the face side. Besides, according to the size of the hub centric lip, they transform lug centric wheels into hub centric wheels. Most vehicles need hub centric wheel spacers to create a strong hub-spacer-wheel connection. Based on traditional hubcentric Ka II spacers, BONOSS has optimized this design for further reducing the chance of high-speed vibration, it is called multi-stage hubcentric design. According to the actual test, the effect of BONOSS multi-stage hubcentric wheel spacers is far better than the common alternatives, which fit more perfectly, safer and more stable. For more details, check on Why do You Need Wheel Spacers with Hub Centric Rings.
6. What are these Ford Ka II wheel spacers made of?
BONOSS manufactures Ka II wheel spacers with aircraft-grade forged 6061-T6 billet aluminum alloy, which features many desirable properties such as high strength, wear-resistance, excellent toughness, impact resistance and high-temperature resistance. This metal performs good mechanical properties: Tensile strength≥310Mpa, Yield strength≥275Mpa and Failure Elongation≈10%. Although, many stores claim that they are selling 6061-T6 aluminum spacers, but they are not made by the forged process. In fact, they are cheap casting spacers. Forging provides higher performance spacers than casting. It further enhances the hardness and toughness of the spacers. With the same material and cost, the strength and safety of forged spacers are far higher than casting ones. For more details, check on How to Choose Safe Wheel Spacers.
7. What’s the performance of the matching wheel bolts of Ka II wheel spacers? What does the “BONOSS Engraved” means?
The matching wheel bolts of BONOSS Ka II spacers applied high-strength JIS SCM440 steel material. They have achieved ISO standard grade 12.9, tensile strength≥1,220Mpa, limited life range test≥2,000,000 stress cycles without damage, ultimate tensile load≥152,000N, hardness (HV)≥395, NSS≥500H. And the matching inset lug nuts have achieved ISO standard grade 10, proof load≥1110Mpa, hardness (HV)≥349, NSS≥500H. Many competitors often use other brands of bolts and nuts in pursuit of lowering the cost, and these bolts and lug nuts are often only marked with metric units without brand engraved. In view of this, each BONOSS matching wheel stud as well as lug nut is “BONOSS engraved”, meaning these matching wheel bolts are made by BONOSS’s own factory, the quality is guaranteed, customers’ interests are protected, and BONOSS takes the quality responsibility. For more details, check on How to Improve Wheel Spacer Safety.
8. Can I customize Ka II wheel spacers? It’s that possible to finish manufacturing within 3 days?
BONOSS independent design and customization department and professional customized production line are able to complete your custom size wheel spacers (e.g., above 2 Ka II inch wheel spacers) in only 1-3 days. OEM/ODM is available. Besides, if you need an unusual thickness or PCD/CB conversion Ka II adapters, BONOSS custom service is ready to listen to your requirements. Non-normal thickness from a minimum of 0.1″ (3mm) thick to a maximum of 6.4” (160mm) thick are available. PCD/CB conversion wheel adapters, e.g., 4×98 to 5×100 adapters, Ka II 4 lug to 5 lug adapter, 4×98 to 4×114.3 spacers. Materials, color, decorative pattern, and more options can be all customized to you. For more details, check on BONOSS Custom Wheel Spacers Service.
9. Do you have any SGS TÜV test reports of Ka II spacers?
To earn customers’ trust, which is also our confidence in product quality, BONOSS has fully passed more than 66 ISO standard SGS, TÜV authoritative testing, and all achieved excellent scores. BONOSS matching wheel bolts have passed the SGS 2,000,000 times limited life range test without damage, tensile strength≥1,220Mpa, ultimate tensile load≥152,000N, hardness (HV)≥395, NSS≥500H… By these authoritative test reports, BONOSS truly achieves the quality and professional expressed in the form of data, and truly guarantees Ford Ka II wheel spacers safety. We believe high standard quality management, together with authoritative certification reports, is the best way to meet customer and regulatory requirements. For more details, check on BONOSS Wheel Spacers Quality Certificated.
10. How does knurling design work on the Ka II wheel spacers?
For decorative reasons, knurling can enhance the aesthetics of the Ka II 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, boosting the heat dissipation effect, reducing internal stress and also reducing the weight of spacer. That means improving the performance, strength, and durability of the spacers. BONOSS aims to provide wheel spacers for Ford Ka II with more additional functions, safer, higher performance, more professional design, and better installing experience. BONOSS independent design department insists on professional manufacturing and continuous optimization of the design. For more details, check on Are Wheel Spacers A Good Idea.
11. How do Ford Ka II wheel spacers affect handling?
Wheel spacers bring your Ka II rims and tires outwards, increasing the distance between the left wheel and the right wheel. And most track racing cars would make use of every millimeter of the wheel-wells space available in their design for the highest performance and the best exteriors. A wider wheel track means better traction, hence increasing body control experience, offering better corner performance, and more stable driving. With the Ka II spacers, you can fill the gap in your Ka II fenders and get a more aggressive and powerful look. Finishing with 0.02mm tolerance, BONOSS wheel spacers fit more perfectly to the wheel hub, which means reducing high-speed vibration, offering a smoother driving experience. For more details, check on Wheel Spacer Handling Improvement.
12. Why do you need Ka II wheel spacers for aftermarket wheel rims?
Truly, hub-centric spacers are around as important for aftermarket wheels as lug bolts are. An excessive positive offset will cause the inner edge of your rims and tires to rub against the suspension components. In this case, wheel spacers can create the desired clearance to correct the offset by pushing the wheels away from the vehicle hub. They can also be used to change the bolt-pattern and center bore diameter of your Ford Ka II. These items function as BBS wheel spacers, Work wheel spacers, HRE wheel spacers, Rays wheel spacers, OZ wheel spacers, and Enkei wheel spacers at the same time. BONOSS has thousands of successful cases of manufacturing spacers for aftermarket wheel rims issues. For more details, check on When to Use Wheel Spacers for Aftermarket Wheels.
13. Can Ka II wheel spacers clear big brake kit issues?
Higher-performance brake kits are often bigger than the stock parts. A wheel spacer makes required room for a larger caliper that wouldn’t fit in the factory wheel space. By pushing out the Ka II wheel, you can gain the ideal amount of clearance for a bigger brake caliper instead of rubbing against it when mounting back the wheel. If you have upgraded your brake system with bigger brake calipers and need to fix the clearance issues, proper Ka II wheel spacers will be your instant and cost-effective solution. These items function as Brembo wheel spacers, EBC wheel spacers, Wildwood wheel spacers, AP Racing wheel spacers, Endless wheel spacers, and Power Stop wheel spacers at the same time. And for safety and quality, purchasing from a professional manufacturer is trustable. For more details, check on When to Use Wheel Spacers for Big Brake Kit.
14. What do Ka II wheel spacers do for wide-body kit/aero kit?
Generally, widebody builds include the upgrades of larger-size wheels and bigger brake kits. The Ford Ka II wheel spacers allow you to add larger wheels. You can also add larger brake kits, which is a great safety upgrade especially if you plan to take your widebody Ka II onto a track. Installing wheel spacers is one of the easiest and most cost-effective options to get low and wide as well as to get flush the aero kits fenders. These items function as Mansory wheel spacers, Hamann wheel spacers, Veilside wheel spacers, Brabus wheel spacers, Liberty Walk wheel spacers, and TECHART wheel spacers at the same time. And for safety and quality, purchasing from a professional manufacturer is trustable. BONOSS offers various thickness wheel spacers to meet your needs. For more details, check on When to Use Wheel Spacers for Wide-body Kit.
15. Will wheel adapters allow my Ka II to install wheels with different bolt pattern?
Wheel adapters are designed to change bolt patterns, center bore diameters, and correct wheel offset in order to properly install wheels that are not specifically made for your car. BONOSS offers a huge range of Ka II wheel adapters to fit a massive variety of different vehicles. Common requests from our customers include PCD conversion, CB conversion adapters for other vehicles’ OEM wheels or aftermarket wheels (e.g., 4×98 to 5×100 wheel adapters, wheel adapters 4 lug to 5 lug, 4×98 to 4×114.3 spacers adapter). Improperly wheel changing leads to the increase of driving risk. If you would like to install wheels with different size, wheel adapters will be your instant and most cost-effective options. Done correctly, your excellent modification will be advantageous. For more details, check on Do You Need Wheel Spacers or Wheel Adapters.
16. How thick Ka II wheel spacers do I need?
Here is a simple method: use a straight edge such as a metal ruler, place the straight edge on the outermost part of the rims where the wheel comes closest to the fender (preferably the top), then, measure from the outside wheel to the straight edge. This distance is the size spacer you will need to achieve the look that flushes or nearly flushes with the fender line. Too thin, you will still have wheel/caliper interference. Too thick, and your tires will hit the fenders. Use proper size of spacers not only ensure safety but also avoid breaking your local laws and regulations. Currently, BONOSS provides various thickness spacers to meet your needs. For more details, check on How to Measure Wheel Spacers for My Vehicle.
17. How to install BONOSS Ka II wheel spacers?
The wheel spacers installation for Ka II is an easy job for you. Hopefully, the instructions below can help those of you keen to install wheel spacers yourself. For more details, check on How to Put Spacers on Wheels.
18. Who sells Ka II wheel spacers near me?
BONOSS has cooperated with distributors worldwide. You can click to check on the dealers’ location. Or, you can place an order directly on our sales page. Sufficient inventory and can be timely delivered in most countries and regions. For more details, check on Wheel Spacers Near Me.
1. How can I get my Ka II wheel spacers? How much is the freight, including domestic import duties?
After you place an order, BONOSS shipping department will give priority to choose FedEx, DHL, TNT, UPS, EMS, or other express, striving to deliver the Ka II spacers you ordered to you in the shortest possible time. The freight depends on the shipping weight and volume, excluding tariffs! It does not include special service fees in remote areas (in rare cases, we will contact you in advance if there are any).
2. How long will it take to ship my Ka II spacers?
For in-stock Ford Ka II wheel spacers, normally ship within 24-48 hours. For custom made Ka II wheel spacers, normally ship within 3 working days (some special custom orders and models may take a longer time). Once your Ka II spacers are shipped out, we will send the tracking numbers to the email you provided. Please pay attention to check it. If you have not received the tracking number or you have other problems, please contact our friendly customer service.
3. How long can I get my Ford Ka II wheel spacers?
Generally, it takes 3-7 working days to arrive. Aviation, weather, politics, and customs inspection may cause a delayed delivery. But it usually doesn’t take long, please feel free. We will follow up the whole process to make your Ka II spacers delivered faster. When the package(s) arrives at your local delivery service center, Congratulations, you are about to receive your Ka II wheel spacers!
4. Where will my Ka II spacers be sent from?
BONOSS warehouses exist in different countries and regions. Priority to choose the closest warehouse to your order address, or the most price-friendly area for delivery. We recommend purchasing from local dealers, so as to get your Ford Ka II wheel spacers instantly as well as save much shipping fees. Click to find out Who sells wheel spacers near me.
5. Can my Ka II spacers be sent to my country and location?
Through FedEx / DHL / UPS / TNT / EMS multiple express delivery methods, BONOSS Ford Ka II wheel spacers can be delivered to most of the countries and regions in the world, you don’t need to worry about this problem. But a few remote carriers will charge special service fees (in rare cases, we will contact you in advance if there are any). If you meet any doubts, please contact our friendly customer service.
6. What should I do if there is a problem with my Ka II spacers transportation?
In rare cases, due to the third party, the package(s) might be damaged, lost, delayed, etc. during transportation. Once this happens, or if you encounter any problems during the delivery of your Ka II spacers, please feel free to Contact Us, and we will help you strive for the maximum interests.
Notice: In some situations, when the BONOSS Ka II spacers arrive at your local Delivery Service Center, but you did not clear customs or sign for receipt in time, you will assume full responsibility for the package(s) being returned or destroyed.