What are rough country wheel spacers made of?
Give your vehicle a wider track width and increased stability with Rough Country's Aluminum Wheel Spacers. These ultra-durable spacers are constructed from 6061 aluminum for a long lifespan of heavy-duty performance. Rough Country's 2-Inch Wheel Spacers are designed for GM models using a 6x5. via
Are rough country spacers Hubcentric?
Hub Centric Design
Made from 6061-T6 Aluminum. Spacers are corrosion resistant. via
Where are Titan wheel spacers made?
Based in West Michigan, Titan Wheel Accessories offers a range of products that include: lug nuts, lug bolts, wheel spacers and wheel adapters, hub centric rings, etc. We work directly with our manufacturers, to be able to sell quality parts at a competitive price. via
What is a lug centric wheel?
So, what's a lug-centric wheel? As opposed to hub-centric wheels, lug-centric wheels are centered on the vehicle using the lug holes. Most aftermarket wheels are lug-centric because this allows the manufacturer to make the wheel with a larger hub bore, so the wheel can fit a wider array of vehicles. via
How do you install wheel spacers on a Chevy Silverado? (video)
How do I choose wheel spacers?
The size spacer you need will be equal to the thickness of the washers used. If a spacer greater than 5mm is needed, you may need to also purchase extended lug studs or purchase wheel spacers with studs. via
Do I need Hubcentric wheel spacers?
Do wheel spacers need to be hubcentric? Yes, you absolutely need to ensure any spacers mate with the wheel center bore and wheel hub precisely, either by being the correct diameter themselves or with hubcentric rings to make up the difference in size. via
What is better hub centric or lug-centric?
Automotive applications usually use the hub centric design because the support and centering of the wheel better resists impact loads from being used on typical roads. Other low-speed and low-impact applications use lug-centric designs which are less costly and strong enough for these applications. via
Are wheel spacers hard to install?
Installing wheel spacers is straightforward, and nearly as easy as rotating your tires. You just need a few hand tools and a way to lift your car. via
Do bearing spacers make difference?
As a necessary component to keeping the bearings in your wheels parallel and aligned, the role of spacers are sure to drastically increase performance. As you can see from the side angle of a deconstructed wheel, bearing spacers sit right in the between the inner races of each bearing. via