Wheel Spacers for 1984-2012 Jeep Cherokee Wrangler TJ YJ / 1955-2014 Ford / 1967-1969 Mercury 4PCS
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1996 Jeep Wrangler JK
1984-2001 Jeep Cherokee
1986-1992 Jeep Comanche
1993-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2007-2012 Jeep Liberty
1987-1995 Jeep Wrangler JK
1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler JK
1992-2011 Ford Crown Victoria
2007-2013 Ford Edge
1991-2010 Ford Explorer
1955-1967 Ford Fairlane
1963-1970 Ford Falcon
1961-1967 Ford Galaxie
1967-1974 Ford Galaxie 500
1964-1973 Ford Mustang
1979-2014 Ford Mustang
1983-2011 Ford Ranger
2010-2014 Ford Taurus
2003-2005 Ford Aviator
1991-2011 Ford Town Car
1967-1969 Mercury Cougar
Flashark Wheel Spacers give your vehicle a more aggressive appearance. When you install Flashark Wheel Spacers, you can increase tire clearance to keep tires from crashing into frame rails and suspension links at the full turn if your vehicle is lifted or larger tires are changed. It can also improve the grip, stability, and handling of the vehicle during driving.
FLASHARK Wheel Spacers are made from CNC-machined T6 aircraft billet and finished with a Black anodized which is designed to improve aluminum and avoid corrosion. CNC precision machining and professional dimensions ensure the best fitting. The intensity is the same as Alloy Steel.
These Wheel Spacers come with all 4pcs Forged Wheel spacers and open-ended nuts and hardware. The lug Nuts(Bolts) are ISO/DIN 10.9-12.9 grade, using SCM435 steel material with heat treated to avoid breaking.
Give your vehicle a more aggressive appearance
Improve the handling, stability, and performance
Increase tire clearance to keep tires from crashing into frame rails
And suspension links at the full turn when the vehicle is lifted or larger tires are changed.
6061 T6 Aircraft Aluminum forged Spacers are more heavy-duty and durable than casting
CNC precision machining and professional dimensions to ensure the best fitting
Perfectly Hubcentric Design is easy to install and eliminates the chance of vibration
ISO/DIN 10.9-12.9 grade bolts/Studs, SCM435 steel material heat treated to avoid breaking
Step 1: Don't use an impact wrench. Use a jack or lift to raise the vehicle so that the tires are in the air.
Step 2: Remove the wheels/tires
Step 3: Spray degreaser on lug studs
It's not required, but it's a good idea. You want to make sure the wheel spacers are resting on a clean, smooth surface. If there is rust or corrosion, take a wire brush and clean it.
Step 4: Put the wheel spacers in place
Tighten by hand, but do not tighten the bolts. Just snap them all into place and tighten slightly.
Step 5: Tighten the bolts according to the specification
Once all the bolts are in place, use a torque wrench to tighten them to the manufacturer's recommended specifications.
Step 6: Reinstall the wheel onto the assembly/lug studs
Secure and hand-tighten each lug nut before tightening them all the way down. Tighten them in a star pattern to ensure the load is not applied unevenly.