You can trim off studs for BONOSS Subaru Impreza wheel spacers if the stock studs are incapable to fit the wheel pockets correctly. Wheel spacers have easily become one of a vehicle’s most common aftermarket components. The car embraces an aggressive stance and stable handling by mounting wheel spacers amid the wheel and stock mounting hub. Some bolt-on wheels may come up with the issue that the stock studs are too long to fit the wheel pockets when adding bolt-on wheel spacers onto the hub. Read on and you’ll see how to trim off studs correctly.
How to trim off studs for BONOSS Subaru Impreza wheel spacers?
Measure the length to be cut before operation. The fundamental point is that the stock studs should be short enough to not stick against the wheel pocket. Hence the length of stock studs is longer than the sum of the thickness of the wheel spacers plus the depth of the wheel pocket. In case you may dismount the wheel spacers in the future, keep the thread engagement to fasten the bolt. Generally, thread engagement is equal to the diameter of the studs. You can consult the manufacturer for the specification of thread engagement.
Are BONOSS Subaru Impreza wheel spacers safe?
Fully verified by SGS and TUV, BONOSS Subaru Impreza wheel spacers are guaranteed in quality and provide forged AL6061-T6 with tensile strength ≥ 310 Mpa, ISO grade 10 nuts with proof load ≥ 1110 Mpa, and ISO grade 12.9 studs with strength ≥ 1220 Mpa. Before selling, BONOSS wheel spacers have undergone over 500h salt spray tests, ensuring life in various environments. While the performance is ample, the price is also affordable. Our products are cheaper than those German wheel spacers and share the same even better performance by technology upgrade.