Most people use Subaru SVX wheel spacers to accommodate bigger rims and wider tires. It is generally better to use the proper offset rims, but for a small clearance adjustment, wheel spacers can be a more cost-effective option. If you want to keep the same wheel offset, you must have Subaru SVX wheel spacers installed on all 4 tires. Every car would leave a certain wheel gap for slight changes in tire size. However, most cars look better when the wheel gap is not so pronounced and the tires are flush with the fender.
These Subaru SVX wheel spacers increase the track width. A wider track means more grip in almost every application. Even if you don’t change the tires, the more track width, the better the handling of curves and swerving. Generally, vehicles prefer to have wider track widths to reduce the rolling tendency and enhance stability. In addition, by installing proper Subaru SVX wheel spacers on all 4 tires, you can easily make the vehicle look sporty and aggressive.
What Subaru SVX Wheel Spacers Do I Need?
When it comes to big brake kits, Subaru SVX wheel spacers are very useful. Aftermarket brakes are going to require more space between the wheels and the hub assembly. With spacers, you can add more inner wheel clearance to accommodate bigger brake calipers. This is effective to prevent the caliper from contacting the inner wheel spokes. By pushing the wheels out a few distances, Subaru SVX wheel spacers make your stock wheels perfectly fit the performance brake kit with no problems.
BONOSS Subaru SVX wheel spacers are all made by a super forging process. They undergo a series of safety tests before leaving the factory. The tensile strength is up to 572 MPa and the yield strength is up to 503 MPa (AL7075-T6). High tensile strength gives it strong resistance to being pulled apart, making it resistant to bending and breaking. At the same price as many other spacers, BONOSS Subaru SVX wheel spacers provide more practical features such as active cooling, multistage hub-centric, and more.
How to Keep Subaru SVX Wheel Spacers from Rusting?
Even if you have installed Subaru SVX wheel spacers according to every standard step, due to metal chemical reactions, your spacer may get rusting over time. For long-term tightening, it is important to keep the wheel spacers away from rusting or corroding. Aluminum alloys are good in corrosion resistance and rust-proof. The aluminum Subaru SVX wheel spacers are no different. They are resistant to rust and corrosion, unlike their steel counterparts.
To further improve the corrosion resistance and appearance of the spacers, BONOSS aluminum Subaru SVX wheel spacers are excellent candidates for black hard coat anodizing. A proper hard anodizing coating ensures complete protection against corrosion. The oxide layer that follows the anodizing process offers excellent protection. The black dye not only brings a premium appearance but also tends to be lightfast. This means that the coatings will not fade easily.