Wider track for a better corner! Wheel spacers bring your rims and tires outwards so that they can flush with the fender flares, giving your vehicle an excellent stance. Many car manufacturers will leave a certain amount of fender space for tire chains. 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. With spacers, you can fill the gap in your fenders and get a more aggressive and powerful look!
Correcting Positive Wheel Offset
Many car owners would like to install some nice aftermarket wheels which set up with a positive offset. You should be aware that an excessive positive offset will cause the inner edge of your rims and tires to rub against the suspension components. It can also negatively affect your car’s handling, making it potentially dangerous to drive. But these wheels do look awesome and perform well. In this case, wheel spacers can be the most cost-effective solution. Wheel spacers can create the desired clearance to correct the positive offset by pushing the wheels out from the vehicle hub. Through this way, you can mount wheels that are not made for your car.
Passing Bigger Brake Calipers
Larger brake calipers with more pistons will offer greater stopping power and shorter stopping distances than the OEM ones. It is an instantly effective upgrade for many car owners. However, bigger calipers will take up some room of the wheel installation area, so that the wheels cannot be mounted back with a proper engagement, leading to high-speed vibration and a potential disaster. If you have upgraded your brake system with bigger brake calipers and still want to keep the current wheels attached to your vehicle without scratching, wheel spacers can also be your most cost-effective solution.
Flushing Widebody Fender Flares
Widebody builds take your car to a low and wide stance, giving it the exterior of a beast mid-pounce. When you add fender flares to make the sleek look of a wide body, the current wheels seem to stuck in the wheel arches. This is not aesthetics for widebody builds. Wheel spacers are sandwiched between the wheel and vehicle hub to push the wheel outwards to flush the fender flares, providing an excellent exterior and better aerodynamic. Besides, an ideal distance between your car’s wheels quite actually makes it more stable. They also increase the traction during cornering and can allow you to install larger wheels.