H&R Wheel Spacers are the answer if you need more brake clearance or just want a more aggressive look from your wheels. H&R spacers are hubcentric for a perfect fit and no vibration. H&R DRA series spacers bolt to the hub using the supplied bolts, the existing lug bolts are used to bolt the wheel to threaded inserts in the spacer.
H&R Spacer Manufacturing: H&R spacers are crafted from an incredibly strong and light weight proprietary aluminum/magnesium alloy with threaded steel inserts. The spacers are hard anodized to ensure a tough, durable finish that is resistant to chipping, scratching and oxidation.
Determining Appropriate Spacer Thickness:
Place a straight edge vertically on the face of the wheel and tire touching the tire in two spots to keep the straight edge parallel.
Using a measuring device with millimeter units, measure from the inside of the straight edge to the inner fender lip.
H&R Spacer Install:
Clean hubs of rust or other foreign material with a wire brush.
Confirm the spacer fits flush to the mounting surface of the wheel and to the hub, there should be no gap. (If the spacer does not sit flush against either surface do not install it, a spacer with a different configuration should be chosen)
Be sure that you are using the correct ball seat or cone seat lugs for the wheel.
Be sure that the length of the portion of the lug that extends from the back side of the whel does not exceed the spacer thickness.
Install spacers and wheels in the air, using the brakes to stop the wheel from turning and torque the lugs to 89 Ft-Lbs first in a star pattern, followed by a circle.
Re-torque the lugs after 50 miles.
In our experience properly installed H&R spacers will never cause a vibration. They may make an existing vibration issue from off-balance wheels or worn suspension components more noticeable however.