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Vehicle Bolt Pattern: 5x112
Hub Bore: 66.56mm
Thickness: Each Spacer Measure 1" Thick
Will NOT WORK with stock length studs. Extended Wheel Studs are ABSOLUTELY NEEDED for proper installation
Hubcentric Wheel Spacers with Wheel-Centric Lip. This means it will fit perfectly over your hub - eliminating possibility of vibrations. Perfect for fixing clearance issues if your wheel(s) is hitting your shocks or brake calipers
Please ensure that the your vehicle has the same studs as the adapters, otherwise additional lugs WILL BE required
Make sure that all adapters get a FULL 6-8 Turns of the Lugs when Tightening, Failure to do so, can result in damage to your vehicle
Installation needs to be performed by a trained professional
It's Possible that you OEM Studs are longer than the spacer is thick, if so you have a few options: "ol"
Your lugs studs will need to be shortened by grinding them down
You can replace your studs will shorter studs
if you wheels have cavities in the backside, between the mounting holes, then you should be OK (will need to make sure flush)
ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THERE IS NO GAP BETWEEN THE SPACERS AND THE HUB OF THE WHEELS
We love planning trips and taking to the road: touring, searching for roadside attractions, meeting people, exploring places from our family
history and researching the genealogy of our family. It's best when they can be combined.
Most trips have been wonderful experiences and a few could have used more planning. Sometimes, luck decided our day. No matter the occasional
surprise, we love travel.
Our interests and experiences have led us to build this website as a Gazetteer (an encyclopedia of communities and places - and whatever else
catches our fancy). It's a tool that helps us to plan our travel and pursue our family history. Our interests have grown and we find ourselves
collecting ever more information about the communities of America and Canada. We want to share this information and we hope it will be of use to
Just a note about our Gazetteer, we use the term 'Community' loosely. Where you might expect that we would include only cities, towns and
villages in our Gazetteer, we have a broader interest that includes named places where a group of people gathered for an extended periods of
These communities include mining and lumber camps, landings, seasonal fishing villages, railway stations, rural post offices, stage coach
stations and ferry crossings. We also include places like named localities where loose communities of people came together - an example might be
a place like a hollow or a crossroad.
Building on our framework, we will continue to add more detailed information. It's a big task, it's going to take years and although we're
trying to be as careful as we can, there will be mistakes. If you have any suggestions, recommendations or corrections, please don't hesitate to
We hope that our interests, experiences and thoughts will be of use to you.