Porsche 996 wheel spacers need to match the wheels and bolt pattern perfectly. To measure the bolt pattern of your wheels, you need to follow these steps:
Gather the necessary tools: You will need a tape measure, ruler, straight edge, and caliper.
Clean the wheel: Clean the wheel surface thoroughly to ensure accurate measurement.
Measure the bolt pattern: Use a tape measure or a ruler to measure the distance between two adjacent bolt holes across the center of the wheel. This distance is known as the pitch circle diameter (PCD). Alternatively, a caliper can measure the distance between two adjacent bolt holes.
Count the number of bolt holes: Count the number of bolt holes on the wheel. Most wheels have four, five, six, or eight bolt holes.
Determine the bolt pattern: Once you have measured the PCD and the number of bolt holes, you can determine the bolt pattern of your wheels. The bolt pattern usually represents the number of bolt holes followed by the PCD in millimeters. For example, a 5×114.3 bolt pattern means the wheel has five bolt holes with a PCD of 114.3mm.
Choose the right Porsche 996 wheel spacers. Once you have determined the bolt pattern of your wheels, you can choose the right Porsche 996 wheel spacers that fit your wheels and vehicle. Make sure to choose the correct thickness and size of the wheel spacer to ensure proper fitment and safe driving.
Note: If you are unsure about the bolt pattern of your wheels, consult your vehicle owner’s manual or a professional mechanic.
What does Porsche 996 Wheel Spacers BONOSS Provide?
The Porsche 996 wheel spacers provided by BONOSS are made of forged aluminum alloy. The hub-centric and other key parts are CNC machined according to the BONOSS database, and the accuracy of the core data reaches 0.02mm. The higher the precision of the hub-centric, the higher the safety of the wheel spacers because the hub-centric connects the vehicle’s hub assembly with the wheel’s center ring.
During the use of Porsche 996 wheel spacers, the vibration generated by high-speed driving of the vehicle is a test for the precision of the wheel spacers. Insufficient precision in the hub-centric can easily lead to vehicle shaking.
The accurate data of the Porsche 996 wheel spacers ensure that the fit between each part will not loosen or cause other unexpected situations. Currently, BONOSS adheres to a machining data accuracy of 0.02mm, far ahead of the industry standard, covering over 95% of car models, providing high-quality wheel spacers to thousands of customers every month to meet their modification needs.