Speedway Motors Racer's Billet Aluminum Wheel Spacer Kit
Universal Fit, 3.22" Inside Diameter, 6.43" Outside Diameter, 0.69" Hole Diameter, Aluminum
- Fits 4 1/2", 4 3/4" and 5" bolt pattern
- Use 5/8" Wheel studs to keep them properly centered
- Premium aluminum alloy construction for long life
- Lightening holes between studs reduces rotating weight
- Kit includes 1 each of 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4" and 1" thick spacer
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Install your new race wheels confidently with these complete racer's billet aluminum wheel spacer kits. Each billet aluminum wheel spacer fits 4-1/2", 4-3/4" and 5" bolt patterns. Must be used with 5/8" wheel studs to keep them properly centered.
- Billet aluminum construction
- Universal fitment for the following bolt patterns:
- 5 on 4-1/2"
- 5 on 4-3/4"
- 5 on 5"
- Must be used with 5/8" wheel studs
- Includes 6 different spacer widths:
- (1) - 3/8" thick
- (1) - 1/4" thick
- (1) - 1/2" thick
- (1) - 5/8" thick
- (1) - 3/4" thick
- (1) - 1" thick
- Sold as a complete kit of 6 spacers
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Universal Billet Aluminum Wheel Spacer, 1/4 InchPart # 91658210Qty x 1
Universal Billet Aluminum Wheel Spacer, 3/8 InchPart # 91658212Qty x 1
Universal Billet Aluminum Wheel Spacer, 1/2 InchPart # 91658213Qty x 1
Universal Billet Aluminum Wheel Spacer, 5/8 InchPart # 91658214Qty x 1
Universal Billet Aluminum Wheel Spacer, 3/4 InchPart # 91658215Qty x 1
Universal Billet Aluminum Wheel Spacer, 1 InchPart # 91658217Qty x 1
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