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What M2 Wheel Spacers and Adapters Do:
M2 wheel spacers and adapters move the wheel out from the hub,
effectively widening the stance of the vehicle and
lowering its roll center. This simple modification
increases lateral stability, which in turn provides
improved handling, greater safety and of course,
the sleek style you’ve been looking for. Depending
on vehicle make and model they are available for
most domestic and imported automobiles.
Wheel spacers and the wheel adapters are also used when a car such as: Nissan 240SX, Nissan 350Z, Pontiac GTO, Infiniti G35, Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, Toyota MR2 (to name a few) have upgraded brakes, and want to fit aftermarket alloy wheels on, but the larger brake calipers prevents this by coming into contact with the alloy wheel. Other customers of ours needs wheel spacers when they have used brake upgrade kits such as Brembo, Stop-Tech, Endless and other brake kits. As our fully trained staff deal with such issues on a day to day basis we have unique expert knowledge in this area, unlike other companies who sell wheel spacers. Make sure you deal with a professional knowledgeable company when purchasing alloy wheel spacers.
Please have a look at the diagram below which outlines what alloy wheel spacers / adapters can do:
How To Order Alloy Wheel Spacers
If you wish to order alloy wheels spacers from us please look at all of our application and sizes to go over your options. Before you finalize and purchase your order we would recommend that you try on your alloy wheel to see how thick you need your alloy wheel spacers to be, in order to achieve what you require.
How To Measure Clearance For Larger Brake Calipers
If you are fitting alloy wheel spacers to ensure
clearance from upgraded or larger brake calipers
such as Brembo, Endless, Project Mu, or Stoptech,
we recommend that you use washers on your studs
(if your car has studs) to simulate the thickness
of the spacer you require.
When you have enough washers to simulate the caliper clearance you require, measure the thickness of these washers as this will be a guide as to the thickness of the wheel spacer you require.
This method will help to ensure that the wheel spacer thickness you require is not to much. On Average a 3mm space from the back of an alloy wheel spoke and the caliper would be the minimum clearance.
How To Check What Thickness of
Wheel Spacer / Adapter I Can Use
In the diagram on the bottom, you can see how we
recommend that you measure the available space which
you have in order to bring your alloy wheel and
tire in line with your fender. In normal use, you
would want to ensure that your wheel and tire is
in line with your fender, i.e. that your wheels
and tires do not stick out further than the widest
point of your fender.
Most alloy wheel spacers are available in 3mm, 5mm,
6.5mm, 8mm, 10mm, and 13mm. We carry adapters in
25mm, 30mm, 40mm, and 50mm thickness. In some instances
custom orders are and other thicknesses are available.