Advice

HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT WHEEL SPACERS?

Most cars (except 4 wheel drive cars) have a front axle wider than the rear axle. So if you want to achieve the ideal appearance and driving properties, select the front axle wheel spacers narrower than the rear axle.

If you don't know what thickness of wheel spacers you can afford on your car, just measure the distance between the mudguard and the tire, and remember to deduct the width of the inner "L" edge (if it is on the mudguard), see the picture:

how to check

The most popular combination of wheel spacers is: 15mm on the front axle, 20mm on the rear axle.