You must trim off stock studs before mounting 18mm BONOSS Tesla Model 3 Wheel Spacers. In light of our installation experience, to know if you have to trim off stock studs, three elements are considered—the length of studs, the thickness of wheel spacers, the depth of wheel pockets, length of the thread engagement. In this post, we’ll break down these elements to tell you whether and how much to trim off studs. Let’s dive in.
Whether and how much to trim off studs for wheel spacers?
Overall, the formula is the length of studs＜the thickness of wheel spacers + the depth of wheel pockets. Luckily, if your stock studs fit the length, you can directly mount the wheel spacers without exertion. But when the studs are so long to go against the wheel pocket, you have no choice but to trim off the stud. Considering the case you may remove the wheel spacers, don’t trim off too much. Ensure the rest of the studs can fasten the tire to the stock mounting hub, which means when you put the tire to the stock mounting hub, the studs’ remaining length is over the studs’ diameter.
Why BONOSS Tesla Model 3 Wheel Spacers are good for your car?
While wheel spacers are one of the most common aftermarket components for a vehicle, the stigma around safety remains in question due to low-quality products and incorrect installation approaches. BONOSS Tesla Model 3 wheel spacers are forged aluminum alloy made from aerospace grade 6061-T6 or 7075-T6, sharing premium properties such as wear resistance, impact resistance, and high-temperature resistance and fully verified by SGS and TUV. Besides, we provide a 10-year warranty for BONOSS Tesla Model 3 wheel spacers and professional direction helping you to select and install wheel spacers. You are capable to choose BONOSS Tesla Model 3 wheel spacers without any worries.