This is a set of 4 brand new wheel spacers with studs and wheel nuts. That's 2 pairs.
These space the wheel out by 1.25" or 31mm
The PCD is 6/139.7 which is the most common 6 stud for ....
- Toyota Hilux and Landcruiser (not 5 stud)
- Nissan Patrol, Navara, Pathfinder
- Holden Rodeo, Jackaroo, Colorado
- Mitsubishi Pajero, Triton
- Isuzu D-Max
At this stage it is the only stud pattern I do. I am going to see how they go and may eventually do these in 5 stud Toyota and Landrover, Jeep etc as well.
VERY IMPORTANT FOR NISSAN - The centre hole is 110mm. I had these especially made (and it had to be in bulk) with this 110mm centre bore for the Nissans. Toyota only need 108mm and all the other spacers wouldn't quite fit a Nissan. These will still fit Toyotas but now also fit Nissans as well.
Using your existing wheel studs and wheel nuts these bolt up to your hub on the car and present a new set of wheel studs and wheel nuts. This means you can space the wheel out this much and not lose any length of thread on the wheel studs.
The nuts that come with these spacers have a cone shape base and so are suitable for steel factory and steel aftermarket such as the sunraysia style wheels. If you have alloy mags you are likely to need square bases but you would already have these with your wheels.
The thread pitch on these studs is 12x1.25 which is standard Nissan Patrol (and every other Nissan for that matter). But this shouldn't matter even if you have a Toyota or other vehicle type as these are matching studs with nuts.
If you have alloy mag wheels on a Nissan there should be no issues. Use the nuts that come with the spacers to bolt the spacers up to the car and then use your old mag wheel nuts to bolt the wheels on as usual. Where you will have issues will be if you have alloy mags and 12x1.5mm threads on Toyota / Mitsubishi / Holden / etc in which case these nuts wont lock the spacers onto the car and your old mag wheel nuts wont go onto these spacers. For you it's a trip to Super Cheap or Repco for 2 new sets of wheel nuts to suit. 1 set for the bolting the hub to the car (12x1.5 cone) and a second set to suit the mags in 12x1.25.
Spacers push the wheels out giving you better stability and handling. The higher your suspension lift the higher you centre of gravity and a wider wheel base can compensate this. They also give you better clearance where wheels would otherwise hit brakes and steering components. Another popular application is on off road trailers, caravans and campers where people want the wheels on the trailer to track in the same line as the tow vehicle. That makes a hug difference in the sand.
The material is Forged Aluminium 6061-T6
The drilling is done by CNC Machine
The internal diamater for fitting over your wheel hubs is 110mm
The external diamater is 176mm
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