Before purchasing any wheel spacers please measure the gap between the outer edge of the tyre and the wheel arch. Take 5mm from this figure to help give the maximum thickness wheel spacer suitable for your vehicle. It is good practice to work to 5cm less than this figure to allow for movement in the vehicle suspension.
When measuring your wheel gap always measure both the driver and passenger sides on the same axle as measurments may differ slightly and you should always work off the smaller of the two figures. Increase the car wheel track, reduce the body center of gravity, reducing the body deformation.
To improve vehicle stability and improve handing and other functions. Can effectively solve the car speeding when cornering body floated rapidly. Floating lateral tilting the phenomenon such as serious.
To ensure that the car is more flexible, smooth and safe. To be able to make the stability of the vehicle greatly ascend.
PCD stands for'Pitch Circle Diameter' and is usually expressed in millimeters, (inches may also be used). For a 4 or 6 bolt fitment this measurment is the distance between the centre of two diametrically opposite bolt holes. For 5 bolt fitments measuring the diameter of an imaginary circle running through the centre of each bolt hole. The offset of a vehicle's wheels is the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the plane of the hub-mounting surface.
This is typically expressed in millimetres and can be either positive / negative. The offset plays a significant role in the vehicle's suspension geometry as well as dictating the distance between the tyre and suspension.
Not to mention the visual gap between the wheel and the vehicle bodywork. The stud / bolt pattern refers to the number of studs, (or lugs) the wheel bolts onto, and the imaginary circle the studs form. Most vehicles have either 4, 5 or 6 bolt patterns. The centre bore (or hub diameter) of a rim refers to the size of the centre hole in the middle of the wheel. This correlates to the diameter of the hub centre bore and is usually expressed in millimetres.Hub centric refers to the the the point at which the primary load of the vehicle is placed. Hub centric wheel spacers ensure less load is placed on wheel bearings and other suspension components by keeping this load on the vehicle hub. The alternative is to us'lug centric' spacers which rely on the wheel studs to centre the wheel on the hub. Good practice for fitting spacers of thicknesses greater than 10mm is to use hub centric wheel spacers. Defender 90 - 110 Type LD. Discovery I Type SALL J6 (09/1989 - 06/1998). Land Rover Type LR LF. Range Rover I (07/1970 - 07/1994). This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts & Accessories\Wheels, Tyres & Parts\Wheel Spacers, Adapters & Spigot Rings". The seller is "bn_autoparts628" and is located in this country: DE. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, European Union.