Eibach 90.4.30.005.3 Pro-Spacer Kit, 30mm Pair, Ford
30 mm Overall Thickness, 5 on 4.5" Bolt Pattern, Aluminum, 1/2-20 in. RH Thread Pitch
- Widen Your Stance - For Better Handling.
- Made from High-Strength Aircraft-Aluminum Alloy.
- Precision Engineered Hub-Centric - for Perfect Fit and Wheel Balance.
- Reduced Weight Compared to Steel Wheel Spacers.
- Kit Includes 2 Spacers and all necessary mounting hardware.
- Million-Mile Warranty
Application1991-2004 Ford Explorer
1979-2004 Ford Mustang
1998-2006 Ford Ranger
1979-1986 Mercury Capri
Spacers can only be used with wheels that have cut-outs (facing the hub) to clear the stock studs. Please check as follows: Original stud length (i.e. 35mm) minus spacer-thickness (i.e. 25mm) = 10mm excess stud length. The cut-out should have a depth of 11mm.
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 15 business days for Eibach to ship this item.
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