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- Widen your track and increase handling performance
- Fix clearance issue with suspension and body components
- Improve your stance for a more sporty look
- Made from high quality, long lasting materials
- Sourced from TUV approved manufacturers
- Vast range of wheel fitments available
peace of mind with high quality wheel Nuts & bolts
Drive your car with peace of mind knowing your wheels are secured correctly with high quality wheel nuts & bolts. All made from industry leading materials with corrosion resistant finishes - ensuring a long lasting and durable drive, each and every mile.
Available in a range of finishes and colours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Typically used to install larger tires, wheel spacers are devices that fit over a vehicle’s holding bracket to create extra clearance between the wheel and the wheel hub assembly. In other words, wheel spacers increase the offset or the distance between the wheel and the wheel hub assembly. Wheel spacers are matched with a vehicle’s bolt pattern and fit over the existing studs, allowing the wheel to be mounted normally. Without wheel spacers certain custom wheels would sit too close to the existing component of the vehicle such as the inner wheel well. Beside the obvious benefit of allowing larger tires to be mounted on a vehicle, wheel spacers also can lead to increased vehicle performance and a more unique appearance.
Many people use wheel spacers in order to increase their vehicle’s handling, namely its traction. The further a wheel is mounted from the hub assembly the better its grip, or traction, is when cornering, to an extent. And because the wheels sit further away from the hub assembly when using wheel spacers the traction that a vehicle has when cornering is improved. Wheel spacers are also used merely to extend the wheels outward from the vehicle to give it a more interesting look.
Unfortunately over the years wheel spacers have been given a bad reputation on social media and car forums alike - with stories of bolts or studs bending or breaking. However, much like any part on your car, if installed correctly to manufacturer specifications, it will perform the way it was intended. This is the same case as wheel spacers - with professional race cars even utilising them on gruelling tracks and conditions.
In most countries around the world, such as the UK and Ireland, wheel spacers are indeed legal for both track and road use. However, please check with local vehicle legislation as they may only be legal if installed by an approved mechanic such as TUV approved goods in Germany.