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Installation: Quick & Easy in 5 simple steps?

Step 1 Remove your wheel
Step 2 Clean the wheel and hub. Accumulations of rust and debris must be removed from both the wheel and hub mating surfaces before the spacers are installed. Clean using a wire brush or Roloc disc. Apply a thin film of anti-seize to the hub face to protect it from corrosion, and make future disassembly easier.
Step 3 Mount spacer on the hub
Step 4 Re-Install wheel with the supplied extended wheel bolts
Step 5 Tighten the wheel bolts to the recommended torque, tightening in a star pattern to seat the wheel evenly.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the difference between ball seat and conical Seat lug bolts?

Ball seat lug bolts are normally used for original stock wheels, Ball seat is what is used from the manufacture Cone seat lug bolts are normally used for aftermarket wheels.

How do I check what type of lug bolt I have?

If you have an Audi, Mercedes or VW with original wheels you will have Ball Seat Lug Bolts. If you have aftermarket wheels, you will need to remove a lug bolt to check if you have Ball Seat or Conical Lug Bolts.

You can see the difference between Ball Seat and Cone Seat Lug Bolts here: https://4wheelspacers.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2019/09/Ball-seat-vs-Cone-seat.jpg

What size spacers should I use on my car?

That is a personal preference and varies for different Makes and Models. Our knowledgeable customer support staff can assist you to choose the perfect size spacers for your car. Please Contact us today! https://4wheelspacers.com/contacts/

How do I measure fender to wheel gap for wheel spacers?

2. How to properly measure your vehicle’s wheel gap

Our Wheel spacer kits are available in many sizes, to choose the correct size, you will need to measure your vehicle’s wheel gap using basic tools. To properly measure, you will need the following: A measuring device with millimetre units and a straight edge such as a yardstick that is long enough to touch the widest part of the wheel and tire in 2 places. For accurate measurement, it is important that you check your gap when the wheel and tire are closest to the fender lip, this requires applying weight to the front and rear of the vehicle, the addition of weight is necessary because as the suspension is compressed it articulates and can alter distance between the tire and fender lip. Place the straight edge flush with the face of the wheel and tire combo so that it touches the widest point in 2 places, check your gap using the measuring device to measure from the inside of the straight edge to the inner fender lip. Make sure to measure the smallest gap between the tire and fender lip, sometimes the tire and wheel may be closest at the front or rear edge of the fender. Make sure to check your gaps on both sides of the vehicle. Manufacturing variations and certain types of suspension will produce different sizes for each side. Use the smaller measurement when finding your application on our website www.4wheelspacers.com

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Ball Seat and Conical Seat Lug Bolts?

Ball seat lug bolts are normally used for original stock wheels, Ball seat is what is used from the manufacture Cone seat lug bolts are normally used for aftermarket wheels.

How do I check what type of lug bolt I have?

If you have an Audi, Mercedes or VW with original wheels you will have Ball Seat Lug Bolts. If you have aftermarket wheels, you will need to remove a lug bolt to check if you have Ball Seat or Conical Lug Bolts.

You can see the difference between Ball Seat and Cone Seat Lug Bolts here: https://4wheelspacers.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2019/09/Ball-seat-vs-Cone-seat.jpg

What size spacers should I use on my car?

That is a personal preference and varies for different Makes and Models. Our knowledgeable customer support staff can assist you to choose the perfect size spacers for your car. Please Contact us today! https://4wheelspacers.com/contacts/

How do I measure fender to wheel gap for wheel spacers?

VIEW OUR INSTALLATION VIDEOS

Installation: Quick & Easy in 5 simple steps?

Step 1 Remove your wheel
Step 2 Clean the wheel and hub. Accumulations of rust and debris must be removed from both the wheel and hub mating surfaces before the spacers are installed. Clean using a wire brush or Roloc disc. Apply a thin film of anti-seize to the hub face to protect it from corrosion, and make future disassembly easier.
Step 3 Mount spacer on the hub
Step 4 Re-Install wheel with the supplied extended wheel bolts
Step 5 Tighten the wheel bolts to the recommended torque, tightening in a star pattern to seat the wheel evenly.

2. How to properly measure your vehicle’s wheel gap

Our Wheel spacer kits are available in many sizes, to choose the correct size, you will need to measure your vehicle’s wheel gap using basic tools. To properly measure, you will need the following: A measuring device with millimetre units and a straight edge such as a yardstick that is long enough to touch the widest part of the wheel and tire in 2 places. For accurate measurement, it is important that you check your gap when the wheel and tire are closest to the fender lip, this requires applying weight to the front and rear of the vehicle, the addition of weight is necessary because as the suspension is compressed it articulates and can alter distance between the tire and fender lip. Place the straight edge flush with the face of the wheel and tire combo so that it touches the widest point in 2 places, check your gap using the measuring device to measure from the inside of the straight edge to the inner fender lip. Make sure to measure the smallest gap between the tire and fender lip, sometimes the tire and wheel may be closest at the front or rear edge of the fender. Make sure to check your gaps on both sides of the vehicle. Manufacturing variations and certain types of suspension will produce different sizes for each side. Use the smaller measurement when finding your application on our website www.4wheelspacers.com

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the difference between Ball Seat and Conical Seat Lug Bolts?

Ball seat lug bolts are normally used for original stock wheels, Ball seat is what is used from the manufacture Cone seat lug bolts are normally used for aftermarket wheels.

How do I check what type of lug bolt I have?

If you have an Audi, Mercedes or VW with original wheels you will have Ball Seat Lug Bolts. If you have aftermarket wheels, you will need to remove a lug bolt to check if you have Ball Seat or Conical Lug Bolts.

You can see the difference between Ball Seat and Cone Seat Lug Bolts here: https://4wheelspacers.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2019/09/Ball-seat-vs-Cone-seat.jpg

What size spacers should I use on my car?

That is a personal preference and varies for different Makes and Models. Our knowledgeable customer support staff can assist you to choose the perfect size spacers for your car. Please Contact us today! https://4wheelspacers.com/contacts/

How do I measure fender to wheel gap for wheel spacers?

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