(approx) 15 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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- How to Install Wheel Spacers on Your 1994-2012 Mustang
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Hey guys, Stephanie with americanmuscle.com, and I'm checking out a commonly overlooked way of totally changing your Mustang's appearance and stance. I'm going to be taking a closer look at these Hubcentric Wheel Spacers, one and one and a half inch, that will work on all 1994 to 2014 Mustangs. Wheels and how they fit your Mustang can make a huge difference in the car's overall appearance. You have to find a style that you like with the back spacing and offset combination that will give you the fitment that you're looking for. The fitment of the wheel is one of the factors that will play into the overall stance and look of the car, which is why these details are important. These spacers are designed to give your car that final visual touch by pushing your wheels out towards the body of the car and taking away that tucked in look that we all hate. The spacers come in either an inch or an inch and a half. With the right spacers installed, your Mustang will take on a more aggressive look with the wheels and tires filling the wheel wells exactly as they should. Both of the spacers have a hub centered design, meaning that the center of the wheel hub will line up exactly to the diameter of the axle hub. This provides a perfect and secure fit. The wheel spacers are also CNC machined from billet aluminum, giving them the strength and durability to last a lifetime. And they come ready to install with both studs and lug nuts. As far as the install goes, the most difficult part will be taking off each of your wheels and making sure that you have a clean surface to work with. Basically, once you have the wheel hub in front of you, you wanna make sure that it's as clean as possible. And this means dirt and rust free, because you want as tight of a fit as possible between the hub and the wheel spacer. If you're lucky enough to be putting the spacers on with new rotors, then this step will be easy since you already have a nice clean surface. If not, you can always use some light sandpaper and a rag to clean the surface. After that, you're ready for the spacers. And if you guys have any questions about the wheel spacers, or you wonder what size you should get, or maybe you have a question about the install, you know that you can always reach out to one of our many Mustang experts for assistance. Remember, there are also install guides on the product pages for your reference as well. So, if you're looking for a way to fill out your wheel wells and really get a nice wheel fitment for your Mustang, you should check out these Hubcentric Wheel Spacer options for your 94 to 2014 Mustang available here at americanmuscle.com.
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Note: These 1.5" Wheel Spacers are specifically designed to fit both aftermarket and factory wheels.
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February 17, 2020
Great look for little money
I wanted the staggered look for my 95 GT. The wheels I wanted were not available in the wider size that I wanted for the rear. I am glad that they were not available. These 1.5 inch spacers did the trick. That extra half inch really filled the fenders in nice.Helpful (0)
February 13, 2020
Still haven’t installed but the build quality is great. They don’t feel heavyHelpful (0)
December 08, 2019
Love the look. Can’t wait to upgrade to staggered 20’zHelpful (0)
October 29, 2019
1.5 in spacers
Love em the look it provides and the handling that comes with em... love it.Helpful (0)
October 01, 2019
Simple mod that makes a huge change in the cars looks. I love my stock cobra wheels, but the offset was just sad. The 1.5 spacers in the year solved the problem. High quality part, perfect fit, and no issues. Took more time to drag the jacks out and lift the car than to install these. A must have if you like the stock wheels.Helpful (1)
September 28, 2019
Used this to widen stance to use a '97 8.8 in my '99 v6. Attached like a charm and wheels sit amazing. Nice aggressive stance.Helpful (1)
July 18, 2019
Love the look and the more aggressive stance. Easy installHelpful (0)
July 14, 2019
Very good and very sharp, got here very quick and looked amazing on the carHelpful (0)
July 12, 2019
These spacers are really nice. The 1.5" moved my stock wheels on my 1996 Mustang out to align with the fender. Would highly recommend these spacers. Great fit and great quality.Helpful (1)
June 28, 2019
These really make your tires stand out and look more aggressive. Definitely worth the moneyHelpful (1)
Shaking at high speeds? Tork wrench needed? Will these cause my car to shake at high speeds? Do you need to use a tork wrench to install them? I do not have one. Thanks in advance
I have these installed and have driven them for many miles at highway speeds with no vibration issues. Additionally, I have launched pretty hard with them and have noticed no issues from this as well. I did install these using a torque wrench, but then again, I use a torque wrench to tighten down the lugs on all of my cars with or without spacers.
I have a 2007 V6 convertible. Just got the 1.25 in. spacers installed on the rear. (5450-5450-B ) The left tire (driver's side) is pushed more out than the right side. I can see the left tire is out of the fender and the right tire is flush. Is it normal for that year model? Is the rear end normally offset on my model? The car has never been involved in an accident or damaged.
The rear can sometimes be slightly offset due to a number of issues with production tolerances and wear. We recommend checking the rear control arm bushings and verifying the control arm mounts are undamaged, as these are the most common causes of this.
this item comes also whit the lug nuts to secure the spacer on the wheel this item comes whit the lug nuts to secure the spacer on the car wheel
Correct, these spacers come with the pre-installed studs as well as the nuts to secure them!
Yes I was wondering....are these 1.5 in. Spacers chrome or black? I have seen pictures of both. Thanks.
They are black.
I have these spacers on the rear of my '03 and make right turn up a driveway slope rubs my tire on the fender and is leaving bad scors and grooves. Anyone else have this problem and have any solutions aside from ovoiding slopes driveways? It's pulling the inside of my fender downwards also
Due to the wheel spacers being designed to push the wheel farther out, you can run in to issues with the tire touching the fender under harder conditions. We recommend making a camber adjustment to tilt the tire inward which allows a small amount of additional room. If the vehicle is lowered, we would recommend considering have the vehicle dropped less with possibly different springs or adjustable coil-overs.
As long as the lug nuts match the thread pitch of the spacer you'll be good to go!
Yes these can be used on the front. Spacer use will vary based on wheel setup, desired look, etc.
That entirely depends on the tire size you go with. We can advertise fitment of up to a 255 up front and a 275 in the rear for up to a 2 inch drop. Just a small bit of math, considering you know the size of your spacers, will lend your answer relative to how wide a tire you want to go with.
These should be torqued down to the correct spec.
We do not recommend any spacers over half an inch as this changes the weight distribution of the wheel resulting in the weight of the car being held more on the studs and not the hub which could result in breaking the studs.
This is indeed designed and recommended for the rear only.
The spacers would not affect the handling performance. Depending on the size tire you are running and if you are lowered you may see some rubbing with the spacers. We would recommend reaching out via Chat, Email or phone and we would be able to let you know for sure.
(approx) 15 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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