ECS Tuning: How To Measure For ECS Tuning Wheel Spacers

By | December 5, 2017

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Spacers for your racer. ECS Tuning lets you tweak your stance–or swagger down the road with a 20mm monster offset. Available in 5×100, 5×112, and 5×120 bolt patterns.

Choose from our huge inventory of hub centric spacers in thicknesses sure to match your car, your wheels, and your shopping budget.

All spacers are corrosion protected: 2,3, and 4mm spacers are zinc plated steel; thicker spacers, in sizes ranging from 5 to 20mm, are anodized aluminum. Buy them alone or with matching lug bolts.



19 thoughts on “ECS Tuning: How To Measure For ECS Tuning Wheel Spacers

  1. Cocacola Red

    Can you use 2 different size spacers? my front has much more clearance than the back…

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  2. Nino

    if there is one car that seriously needs wheelspacers is the Honda insight.

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  3. oHANDSOMEo

    Nice video. But after watching I am still unsure of what to get for my car. I have a 2006 BMW 325i Sedan & I just bought 20 inch wheels (20×8.5"/5x120mm, +35mm offset) backspace 6.1 inches. I was told I might need spacers because I dont have OEM brakes & the aftermarket brakes might rub on the wheels. I was looking at 12mm front 15mm rear spacers but after viewing this I might need something thinner? I really need help, I just want a proper fit with no rubbing. Thanks in advance.

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  4. wfefjc

    Hey, i have a question regarding rim fitting. How would I go about putting rims from another car on my new vehicle. I had 20 inch rims on my old Benz. Recently bought a 2013 Altima. Wondering would I need a wheel spacer or wheel adapter in order to successfully put these on my car. Is it even possible to put them on my new car?

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  5. Razeranton

    what if i go over a speedbump or just hit a bump on the road with my wheels turned, wont this damage the fenders?

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  6. FutureslammedV50

    How is it possible to use those wheels with the PCD 5×114,3 on the MK7R?

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  7. Rob H

    Everything that you said is ok. What would you do if an original whells offset is E47 but I would like to change to whells with E33?

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