There can be no doubt that the wheel spacers is the most cost-effective solution to get wheels flush with fender.
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When to Use Wheel Spacers for Wide-body Kit?
Using wheel spacers to push the wheels outwards is common practice to complete the cool look of a widebody car. There are a few significant benefits available from widening a car with spacers. An increased track width enables your tires to better grip the road surface, you will feel more stable. Most importantly, extending your car’s track also lowers the roll center and reduces the load transfer to the outside wheel when cornering.
Generally, widebody builds include the upgrades of larger-size wheels and tires. This is to make the wheels more flush the wide fenders, which gives your car an aggressive and unique style. Wheel spacers also brings your wheels to get flush the fender line. This enlarge the space between the wheel and hub, which allows you to add larger brake kits. It is a great safety upgrade especially if you plan to take your widebody car onto racing events.
With aero wheel spacers, you don’t have to spend a large budget on offset wheels. If you are in the process of completing a wide body kit for your car, to get wheels flush the fender, you can add around 1.5-2.7 inches spacers per side. If you would like to replace the stock wheels, then calculate the wheel offset.
If you have a straight edge metal ruler, place the straight edge on the outermost part of the rims where the wheel comes closest to the fender, then, measure from the outside wheel to the straight edge. This distance is the size spacer you will need to achieve the look that flushes with the fender.
A 2-inch wheel spacer will fill the gap of 2 inches from the edge of the fender to the face of the wheel. Many enthusiasts are keen on the flush look since you can make the car sportier and more noticeable. If you intend to install bolt-on wheel spacers, make sure you get them hub-centric, and not the universal ones that are available to several different cars. Specific to your application, you need to use good quality spacers, and torque them properly.
After your finest wide-body kits upgrades, you may find that there is a “big hole” lies between the wheels and fenders. This is because the widened fenders make the stock wheels look more inset in the suspension. This is certainly not the appearance that a performance car should have.
Installing wheel spacers is one of the easiest and most cost-effective options to get low and wide as well as to get flush the fender flares. Honestly, filled wheel arches properly really make your car look wonderful. Besides, they allow your car to perform better on-road handling and body control.
Widebody upgrades from manufacturers such as Rocket Bunny, Mansory, Liberty Walk, RWB, Veilside, Shelby, Duraflex, and others are able to be easily fitted with BONOSS wheel spacers. They are made up of high-strength and durable 6061-T6 or 7075-T6 aluminum alloy, which helps them not break in tough elements or conditions. The Global Premiere Active Cooling Technique effectively reduces brake fade, which is more functional and safer. Only high-quality ISO grade 12.9 studs/bolts and ISO grade 10 lug nuts are used. They feature 0.02mm precision machined surfaces for proper fit and a better installing experience. They are specifically designed for your car configurations, including 1.5-inch wheel spacers or 2″ hubcentric spacers. Browse our strong, durable, and precise widebody spacers and adapters today!