(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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Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation
Spacer lug nuts are included, requires the use of original lug nuts for wheel installation.
Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
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May 14, 2019
35 MM SPACERS
The 35 MM SPACERS are reasonably priced. They are easy to install, you just lift your car on the jacks and take the rear tires off and insert them on.Helpful (1)
January 15, 2019
great bang for the buck
I got these spaces along with eibach lowering springs, and it as a great purchase. Makes the reduced wheel gap from the springs look that much better.Helpful (2)
May 23, 2018
I've had my 04 GT for 9 years and just put these on. What a remarkable effect it has on the look of the rear end. Glad I went with the 35mm. Rides fine with no difference from before. German Engineering!Helpful (4)
May 07, 2018
THe Pro-Spacers gave my mustang a new look. It looks so much better!!!Helpful (4)
April 25, 2018
Nice unit but needs more user info included
Nice innexpensive, well built, great fit with no vibration or negative driving affects. Looks fantastic for a guy that wants to keep his factory Bullitt wheels in place. Great alternative to aftermarket wheels. I would have given 5 stars if included instructions. Not rocket science but for a Newb that doesn't have mechanical experience mistakes can be made.Helpful (5)
February 25, 2018
Not worth the headache
I had problems with these after about 6 months of use and had to get them professionally removed which was expensive. Save your money and just buy wider wheels.Helpful (8)
January 02, 2018
Eibach up-grade results...
WOW!!!! What a difference these made in pushing my wheels out towards the rim of the rear wheel-wells!!! Next, when I mount 19, or possibly, 20 inch wheels (rear only), the outside edge of the tire will extend just ever-so-much beyond the rim of the well and give me that "mean" stance I've been missing, and wanting, since I bought my '98 Pony. Not only did the adapters/spacers give my Mustang the look that the factory should have given it to begin with I can DEF-initely feel more solid turning with less body-roll. If you have been wondering what to do about the mousy-looking and cavernous rear wheel-wells that Ford engineering----in all it's brilliance---gave 94-98 Mustangs then a set of these adapters will go a loooonnnngggg way towards giving you the look that you have been craving!!! Pick up a pair and see just what I mean......Helpful (5)
December 27, 2017
They fit perfect and no shaking whatsoever! They definitely worth the money!Helpful (4)
December 04, 2017
Easy install less than a half hour and it makes the stance look awesome! Totally worth the$$Helpful (5)
November 03, 2017
Better than I thought it would be makes back end look goodHelpful (4)
Do these fit factory studs? Or will I need shorter studs?
Hi, I ordered a set or Eiback 35mm wheel spacers for the rear of my 98 Pony to push the wheels out further than stock. I'd like to buy 19" Chrome Deep-Dish Bullit wheels and tires and want to know if its safe to bolt the deep-dish rims to the 35mm spacers on the rear of my '98? I cant see any harm but thought I would ask. I'm also wanting to use 18" Chrome Bullits on the front but in a standard rim and NOT deep-dish style. Will this work well for me or is there something that I am over-looking? I never rotate my tires so no issue there. My spacers will be here Monday and it's pretty safe to say that an hour after I get them they will be bolted to my car!..ha. Thanx....and Merry Christmas to you and everybody there at AM !!!!!!!!!!
The Eibach Pro-Spacer Hubcentric Wheel Spacers are specifically designed for the rear wheels and we suggest not to put any spacers on the front wheels. As for the rear, you will be just fine. The spacers do wear out the rear axle a little quicker than without it, however if you aren't doing any serious racing you will be just fine. Just make sure you do some measuring for your rear tires if they are big to ensure fitment now that the spacers are being installed.
Are the spacer lug nuts the same sizing , thread type, as the original lug nuts. In other words , am I able to use the spacer lug nut to attach the spacer to the brake disk, and them use my original wheel lug nut to attach my wheel to the spacer Thank you
The Eibach Pro-Spacer Hubcentric Wheel Spacers does use a similar thread size, however the lug nuts are slightly different. When installing the spacers we recommend using the lug nuts that comes with the spacers to mount the spacer to the hub - then use your factory lug nuts to mount your wheel to the spacer.
Will these work with my 18x10 saleen wheel with 285's on the rear? Will there be any rubbing or clearance issues even if I lower the car?
On the rear it will prevent any rubbing on the shocks, lowering the with these installed if your tire is past or under the wheel well it is possible it will hit normally this issues is with 315s so the 285s you might have some clearance to clear the well and prevent rubbing on the shocks
25mm vs 35 mm spacer? 2009 Mustang GT w/ Factory 18" five spoke alloy wheel - BF Goodrich KDWS 235-50-ZR18 tires. I would like spacers to move the edge of the wheels tires flush with the fender but no further. Would the 35mm spacers put me out past the fender? Thanks, Gene
Take a ruler and measure how many millimeters the tire is from being flush under the fender and buy accordingly. If it is closer to 35 mm, then the Eibach Pro-Spacer Hubcentric Wheel Spacers - 35mm - Pair (94-14 All) is perfect!
yes the will
They will fit on your 2013 OE rims, it will give your mustang a wider tire appearance, installation must be properly done to avoid any wobble
I understand that some people think that wheel spacers are inherently dangerous. I used to be one of them until I bought a 1987 Porsche 924S back in '89 and found it had wheel spacers from the factory between it's "phone dial" wheels and the brake rotors. Lots of Porsche cars back then used wheel spacers from the factory. I believe they were made by a German company that makes them for Mustangs. After splattering my 924S in to a race course wall, I eventually replaced it with a 1999 V6 Mustang, which I still drive frequently and continue to run hard in autocross and track day / HPDE events. I've been running these 35mm Eibach spacers on the car for about a year with no issues and I don't really expect to have any.
(approx) 15 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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