In general, using Tesla Model Y wheel spacers on the rear wheels only won’t cause any shaking issues. Most people use wheel spacers to accommodate bigger rims and wider tires. If you want to keep the same wheel offset, you must have Tesla Model Y wheel spacers installed on the corresponding wheels. Most cars look better when the wheel gap is not so pronounced and the tires are flush with the fender.
By installing proper Tesla Model Y wheel spacers on the rear wheels, you can easily make the vehicle look sporty and aggressive. Besides, these Tesla Model Y wheel spacers increase the track width hence improving stability. The contact points with the ground stand wider apart, increasing roll resistance. You will experience better handling of the curve.
Why You Need Quality Hub-centric Tesla Model Y Wheel Spacers?
As long as you are using quality hub-centric Tesla Model Y wheel spacers and correctly torqued every wheel lug, installing wheel spacers on the rear wheels only will be fine and not cause any shaking or vibration. Well-produced hub-centric wheel spacers can create a firm and stable wheel connection. Almost all OEM wheels are hub-centric. It is this contact point that bears the weight of the vehicle. That is why you need hub-centric Tesla Model Y wheel spacers to keep the wheels centered on the hub properly.
BONOSS Tesla Model Y wheel spacers come with multi-stage hub-centric rings. The hub-centric metal ring is machined to be multi-layers, and the bevels fit for the corresponding hub flange, which eliminates any possible gaps. These hub-centric rings fit perfectly the axle and the space inside the center bore of the wheel. So, they keep the wheel perfectly balanced both during installation and road use. It is important, especially if you are only installing Tesla Model Y wheel spacers on the rear wheels only.
Do the Studs of Tesla Model Y Wheel Spacers Matter?
Normally, bolt-on Tesla Model Y wheel spacers are perfect to fit American-made cars. The spacers are bolted to the hub assembly with provided wheel studs, and then the wheels are secured on the Tesla Model Y wheel spacers with the stock lug nuts. There are two sets of wheel studs, and each one can achieve a full thread engagement. So, the strength of those studs and nuts is very important.
BONOSS provides ISO grade 12.9 wheel studs which are made of JIS SCM440 steel material. This material features good hardness permeability, hardness uniformity, and high strength. It also has good ductility and high-temperature stress resistance, structural stability, low harmful elements, a small decarburization layer, few surface defects, and more advantages. Additionally, these Tesla Model Y wheel spacers studs are thoroughly tested and inspected, certified by SGS and TUV authoritative institutions, and truly guarantee safety.