Anodized 6061T6 aluminum spacers;Corrosion resistance;Wheel and hub centric
Good quality product, would purchase again if I ever needed it for another truck.
Wheel spacers push the wheels out just enough to give a better look to the stance of the Sequoia. Nice upgrade over buying an entire set of rims.
I use these on my 1999 Isuzu Trooper. The spacers look and feel like a premium product. The added decal and thread locker are a really nice touch. Packaging is very good for long distance shipping.
I have these on my JK and am happy... My tire service man broke one stud.. Can I order 3 2010 JK Rubicon
Asked by Mike from Nixa, MO on
HI Mike the Spidertrax Offroad Wheel Spacers are just sold as a pair of spacers i do not sell the studs. If you broke the studs i would order new ones it may have messed up the wheel spacer. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks,
Answered by roy ext 4928 from Nixa, MO on
I have a 2001 Jeep Wrangler Sport - 3 questions 1. Is Aluminum Heat treated -brinell hardness rating? 2. Warranty states off road- are these for street use also? 3. Pilot dimension not given for center fit up.?
Asked by Lughead from KY on
Hi Lughead, These Spidertrax Offroad Wheel Spacers do not have a specific rating from the manufacturer for a hardness rating. They are intended for off road use due to the frequent re-torque of the lugs that are required when used on extensive highway use. The center hole and bolt pattern fits several Jeep Cherokee's, Wranglers and Liberty's from '87 and newer. Thanks for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from KY on
do the stock lugs need to be shortened in order to use this product?
Asked by Kurt from sandpoint, ID on
Kurt, The stock lug nuts do not have to be shortened to use the Spidertrax Offroad Wheel Spacers. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from sandpoint, ID on
Spidertrax was founded in 1999 by two New Jersey guys who met each other in vocational school and who both were really into off-roading. Thomas Kingston is an mechanical engineer and Eddie Casanueva is a manufacturing engineer. Their engineering backgrounds combined with their love of off-roading is the key to Spidertrax innovative products. Eddie and Thomas custom produce mods for their own Jeeps. Then they run those mods up and down rock crawling trails until the mods fail. Then they meticulously examine the exact cause of the failure. They then incorporate a solution to the failure into the product design before starting mass production. The Jeep way of build-break-repeat is the very process that brings the quality to Spidertrax products. Shop Spidertrax Offroad Now