With over 160 variations available, enhancing the appearance and handling of your car has never been easier.
Wheel Spacers are without out question one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways of improving the look of your vehicle. By effectively decreasing your wheels offset and pushing them further away from the centre of the car, spacers can help reduce unsightly arch gaps, offering an aggressive-looking setup.
But did you know, wheel spacers can also be used to fine-tune the handling and behaviour of your car without breaking the bank? They are a great way of increasing your track width. On an FWD car, it may be beneficial to increase the track width on the front axle to improve turn-in capabilities and reduce understeer. While on RWD cars you may want to increase the rear track width to improve grip & stability at the back of the car. Most of our spacer fitments are available in a range of sizes.
Hub-centric wheel spacers are designed to perfectly fit around the hub of your vehicle. Ensuring the weight of the car is being carried by the hub, not the studs or bolts. They are machined to perfection to prevent any movement or vibrations through the wheels. All Direnza wheel spacers are manufactured from high strength lightweight 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminium alloy, forged hard anodized for durability and corrosion protection.
PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diameter. It is the bolt pattern specific to your vehicle. Many vehicles share PCD’s meaning one spacer can fit a variety of different makes and models. Some examples of PCD are 4×98, 5×98, 5×110 & 5×120.
Centre Bore determines whether your spacer is hub-centric or not. It is the measurement of the large central hole in the middle of your spacer. This will fit tightly over your car’s hub. If your Hub bore is 58mm – the centre bore of your spacer will be 58.1 for example.
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