(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: will not fit factory wheels
Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details
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February 01, 2020
Just the look i was looking for Didnt like lug nuts so replaced on hubHelpful (0)
January 10, 2020
Havent broke them yet...............................................................................................................................Helpful (0)
January 07, 2020
It's pretty good
They look great on my 01, I got the 1 Inch spacers, they arent flush with the body but they still look good.Helpful (0)
January 05, 2020
Added these in order to fit big breaks, but in the end the car looks great with the wheels offsetHelpful (0)
December 25, 2019
Aweom. helps. 50 characters 50 characters. Stupid. There.Helpful (0)
December 23, 2019
Fits perfectly and the wheel fitment is phenomenal. Highly RecommendHelpful (0)
December 12, 2019
They seem to be doing great so far only reason I give it a 4 star is because once they are mounted they don't want to come loose from the rotor, also wish I went with the 1 1/2 spacers because my rear wheels still aren't sitting completely flush with the wheels I have but they are close enough at certain angles they do look like they areHelpful (0)
November 22, 2019
Over all very well made
These are great if you just want to fix that little bit of wheel gap that you might have. I was thinking about getting the 1.5 inch spacers, but the 1 inch spacers gave the car the stance i was looking for. Over all a great purchase.Helpful (0)
November 17, 2019
These spacers make the car look perfectly flush. Would recommendHelpful (0)
November 11, 2019
Good quality spacers, and the order was received on time!Helpful (0)
My 98 has stock wheels i dont understand why these wouldn't work, i would rather not spend the extra $40 for the 1.5"
Hello! On The 1 inch Billet Aluminum Hubcentric Wheel Spacers the factory lugs stick out further than the lugs on the spacer. Since the mounting surface on factory wheels is flat, the factory stud will make contact the wheel hub before it touches the new spacer.
Will these fit the rear wheels of a 2010 V6, with factory 18 inch polished aluminum rims? If not, is a 1.5 inch offset the only other option?
These Billet Aluminum 1" wheel spacers are designed fit all 1994 to 2014 Mustangs equipped with 5 lug 5x4.5" (5x114.3mm) aftermarket wheels. Depending on the width and offset of the wheels you are looking to use, the fitment will ultimately vary.
Are these black as in the picture? I roll on black wheels and would like the look of black, thanks.
Hi,These 1in. Billet Aluminum Hubcentric Wheel Spacers come in either black or polished aluminum.
Hi folks! What is the torque requirement for the spacer bolts, if any? Thank you
These Billet Aluminum Hubcentric Wheel Spacers will required to be torqued to 100 lb-ft.
Hello, I currently have the stock Mustang wheels on all four corners of my car. (P245/45ZR/17). The back two wheels on my car are inset so far, just does not look right. Will the 1" Hub centric wheel spacers work on my car...and will I need to alter the factory stud 5 studs because of length to accommodate this up grade or do I need the 1.5" spacers for with out stud modifications? Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Dave
The 1 inch wheel spacers would not work on your stock wheels because the studs stick out further than the spacer itself. They would work on aftermarket wheels because they have reliefs so the studs do not hit the wheels. So you would need to either go with the 1.5" spacers or aftermarket wheels.
Hi, Bolt on wheel spacers should only be used on the rear we do carry slip on spacers that can be used on the front Wheel & Brake Spacers - 3/16 in. Item# 76162 and Wheel & Brake Spacers - 5/16 in. Item# 29910. Here are the links http://www.americanmuscle.com/wheel-spacer-316in-9412.html http://www.americanmuscle.com/14in-wheelspacer-pair.html
It sounds like you need to adjust your axles. You may need a Panhardbar to correct this. The other thing I can think of is making sure everything is snug and there is no debris causing it to be pushed out further.
Hello! The Billet Aluminum Hubcentric Wheel Spacers - 1 in. will fit just fine with your 19" wheels.
These work with every wheel we sell. They are not wheel specific.
Yes. If the wheels fit your current hubs, they will fit the Billet Aluminum Hubcentric Wheel Spacers - 1 in. - Pair (94-14 All)
they are made of machined alumninum. you can paint them any color you like, as long as you first clean them of all oil (brake cleans is an excellent cleaner/pre paint prep), then prime them with self etching primer for aluminum. once dry, you can carry on with pretty much any choice of metal paint color.
No, these will not fit models outside of the 94-14 year range.
We can not guarantee fitment with that, not to say it 100% will not fit, but it would be worth measuring to make sure.
No, this will not fit factory wheels.
The manufacturer does not offer a weight limit, however, they are specifically designed for the rear of the Mustang, so there is nothing to worry about regarding the functionality in this sense.
(approx) 15 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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