Spidertrax has been providing the off-road market with quality wheel spacers since 1999. With our vehicle specific designs, aluminum anodizing for critical corrosion resistance, and our unmatched competition tested no risk money back guarantee, it's easy to see why Spidertrax Wheel Spacers are the #1 choice among four-wheelers. All Spidertrax Wheel Spacer Kits come complete with 2 6061T6 anodized aluminum wheel spacers, pre-installed wheel studs, lugnuts, and thread locker. Proudly manufactured in the United States of America.
Synergy Wheel Spacer kits space your wheels out an extra 1.5 inch. CNC machined from billet 6061-T6 aluminum. Kit includes two wheel spacers and loctite.Can be used with factory or after market wheels.
There are plenty of reasons to want larger tires on your off-roading machine. Wanting beefy tires to match your big truck, ability to roll over obstacles more easily and even bragging rights are all reason enough. A wheel spacer set lets you safely install larger and wider tires than would otherwise fit on your vehicle by increasing clearance between the wheel and its hub. Mounting a wheel farther from its hub increases traction and also give a vehicle a more rugged and industrial look, highlighting its off-road status.
How Wheel Spacers Work
Wheel spacers are bolted onto an axle in the place where a wheel would usually go, and the wheel then attaches to the spacer instead of the wheel hub, making the wheels stand out farther from the car's body. Tires that are wider set create a bold look distinguishing your vehicle from a street car. Adding spacers allows you to add wheels as large as you want, whatever your vehicle's body. 4WheelParts.com carries a variety of spacers in blue, black clear and red, with a range of sizes that grant up to 2 inches of clearance from the wheel hub. Wheel adapters can be used along with spacers to change the bolt pattern to fit a different kind of wheel, adding bolts as needed.
What Kind of Wheel Spacers Should You Use?
Wheel spacers come in two main materials: steel and aluminum. Because steel tends to be heavier, it is best left to machines with a lot of power that can deal with the weight without slowing down. Aluminum gives just as much of a rugged look, with large wheel studs as a focal point on either kind of spacer. 4WheelParts.com carries both kinds of spacers from several brands, establishing itself as the leading source for off-roading parts and accessories. 4 Wheel Parts has the best deals available online, offering free shipping on many of its products as part of its dedication to customer satisfaction.