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The widest point of your tire and wheel combination is usually the outside diameter of the tire sidewall. Using a ruler with the straight edge flush with the face of the tire, measure the gap between the outer face of the tire to the inside lip of the fender as shown in the diagram. This will determine the thickness of the spacer you will need.

5MM = 0.197 INCH / 8MM = 0.313 INCH

10MM = 0.393 INCH / 12MM = 0.473 INCH

15MM = 0.590 INCH / 20MM = 0.787 INCH

25MM = 0.983 INCH

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Please have a look at the diagram below which outlines what alloy wheel spacers can do:

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Original track (offset +43)

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Spacers (offset +18)

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Track increase available from 10 mm - 90 mm Offset Smaller

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Ichiba V2 Wheel Spacers

Version II wheel spacers are made from Aluminum/Magnesium alloy. They are incredibly strong and very lightweight. Each wheel spacers are two pieces design with pressed studs. Now it's time to bolt-on without any swap studs hassles. These are hubcentric spacers that is specifically made to each vehicle; will fitted on your vehicle's original hub perfectly without any gap. Wheel spacers move the wheel out from the hub, effectively widening the stance of the vehicle and lowering its roll center. This simple modification increases lateral stability, which in turn provides improved handling & greater safety.

Spec:
Bolt Pattern: 5/114.3
Center Bore: 66.2
Thread: 12x1.25

Note:
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Must check the wheels have open slots or cavities when you are going to purchase Version II 15MM Wheel spacers. Please look at those BEST samples below!

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H&R Wheel Spacers

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If you ve ever seen a sleek, European sedan with that oh-so-low street stance and a bulging wheel/tire combo that fits perfectly in the wheel wells, chances are that car was fitted with H&R TRAK+ Wheel Spacers. TRAK+ Wheel Spacers make your existing tires and wheels appear wider by moving the wheel out from the hub, providing both performance and appearance improvements. Whether you want improved handling, increased safety, or simply desire your car to make a statement about your individual style, TRAK+ Wheel Spacers can help you accomplish your goal and GO WIDE!

TRAK+ wheel spacers are made from a proprietary aluminum/magnesium alloy which is not only incredibly strong, but also very light weight (up to 70% lighter than a comparable steel product). TRAK+ wheel spacers are then hard anodized to ensure a tough, durable finish that is resistant to chipping, scratching and oxidation. Hub centric for the highest level of accuracy, TRAK+ wheel spacers are 100% made in Germany under ISO 9001 Quality Assurance standards, and meet the rigid safety criteria of the German TÜV.

Whether you want improved handling, increased safety or simply want your car to make a statement about your individual style, TRAK+ wheel spacers can help you accomplish your goal.
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Eibach Wheel Spacers

To give your car the final visual and performance touch, our engineers have created a complete line of Eibach Pro-Spacers. These are designed to give your vehicle a wider, more stable stance, quickly and easily. They are also a perfect match for the famous Eibach Pro-Kit or Sportline Lowering Spring Sets. With the right Eibach Pro-Spacers installed, your car takes on a more aggressive look, with the wheels and tires—filling the wheel arches exactly the way they should.

Fine-tuning your track width doesn't just enhance your car's looks it also gives you improved handling performance and optimized roll characteristics. Pro-Spacers are available in a wide range of sizes, from 5mm all the way to 45mm, depending on the application, letting you position your tires exactly where they will look and perform their best. In many cases, installing the right Pro-Spacers can improve the look and function of your existing wheels and tires so much, you might not need to buy new custom wheels and tires at all.

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How to Install Wheel Spacers:

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I really hate to bump this old thread, but I was wondering with the G37 wheels, I was thinking about getting spacers to have the "flush" look, since I cant afford new wheels this year. The front 43mm (245/40/19) & the rears are 45mm (275/35/19). Which spacers would be best for my G37 wheels???
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10mm all around! but check out heros build thread, he ran 10mm in front and 15mm in the rear with his G37s and came out damn near perfect.

you should be good even with the extra meat

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Ichiba V2 Wheel Spacers

Version II wheel spacers are made from Aluminum/Magnesium alloy. They are incredibly strong and very lightweight. Each wheel spacers are two pieces design with pressed studs. Now it's time to bolt-on without any swap studs hassles. These are hubcentric spacers that is specifically made to each vehicle; will fitted on your vehicle's original hub perfectly without any gap. Wheel spacers move the wheel out from the hub, effectively widening the stance of the vehicle and lowering its roll center. This simple modification increases lateral stability, which in turn provides improved handling & greater safety.

Spec:
Bolt Pattern: 5/114.3
Center Bore: 66.2
Thread: 12x1.25

Note:
Sold as one pair (2pcs) with 10pcs nuts with one special socket

Must check the wheels have open slots or cavities when you are going to purchase Version II 15MM Wheel spacers. Please look at those BEST samples below!

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It's been a while since I inspected the backside of my rims , does anyone know if stock 04 SE wheels have the "open slots or cavities" they're talking about? Thanks.
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It's been a while since I inspected the backside of my rims , does anyone know if stock 04 SE wheels have the "open slots or cavities" they're talking about? Thanks.
They should. My '08 SE wheels look most similar to the ones in the upper left.
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This is a great thread, good info. I personally did not like using spacers. I ran ichiba V2s and I didnt have problems... it just didnt 'feel' right/safe. I feel much better with a set of wide wheels and correct offsets so I dont need to use these. Anyone going with after market wheels should buy the correct offsets so you dont need spacers IMO.
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I have the 15mm Ichiba Spacers...Feels Very Smooth...and its not Too expensive...
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Crazy! I was looking into getting some too. I don't have the money to spend to get new wheels so I guess I'm running the stockers for a while! Sure would like to have a set of 7th gen 19's though!
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Crazy! I was looking into getting some too. I don't have the money to spend to get new wheels so I guess I'm running the stockers for a while! Sure would like to have a set of 7th gen 19's though!

Your stock wheels are +40, the 7G 19's are +50.

They'll sit further in than you do now.
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Your stock wheels are +40, the 7G 19's are +50.

They'll sit further in than you do now.
Wheel offset is one thing that I do NOT understand! So I'd have to run spacers then with the 7G's. (not HAVE TO unless I want them sunk in) Since I lowered it the stockers I have now already look sunk in, that's why I was looking into spacers. Hmmmm......
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Wheel offset is one thing that I do NOT understand! So I'd have to run spacers then with the 7G's. (not HAVE TO unless I want them sunk in) Since I lowered it the stockers I have now already look sunk in, that's why I was looking into spacers. Hmmmm......
wheel offset is not complicated, read above it explains it well...
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wheel offset is not complicated, read above it explains it well...
Above where?
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go with extended lugs with whatever you decide. get the nuts torqued properly
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I know this is an old thread. But what would be the rite offset for a 2006 maxima. So you don't have to use a spacer. i just got some 18's with a 35 an my center caps in the front are so close to fitting but no cookie...lol
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I know this is an old thread. But what would be the rite offset for a 2006 maxima. So you don't have to use a spacer. i just got some 18's with a 35 an my center caps in the front are so close to fitting but no cookie...lol
See if you can find some 3mm spacers. That should fix it.
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I know this is an old thread. But what would be the rite offset for a 2006 maxima. So you don't have to use a spacer. i just got some 18's with a 35 an my center caps in the front are so close to fitting but no cookie...lol
I believe stock offset is +45.
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Old 02-18-2012, 12:33 AM   #23
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I know this is an old thread. But what would be the rite offset for a 2006 maxima. So you don't have to use a spacer. i just got some 18's with a 35 an my center caps in the front are so close to fitting but no cookie...lol
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See if you can find some 3mm spacers. That should fix it.
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Default Re: Wheel Spacer Information

I just bought the 7th gen 19s and they're REALLY tucked in, about how much mm spacer would I need?
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