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Coyote 1.5 in. Billet Aluminum Hubcentric 6-Lug Wheel Spacers (15-19 F-150)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Intimidating Muscular Stance
    • 1.50 inch Hub Centric Spacers
    • 14mm x 1.50 Thread Pattern
    • 6061-T6 Aluminum Construction
    • 1045 Carbon Steel Studs
    • Black Anodized Finish
    • Simple Bolt-On Installation
    • Sold as a Set of Four Spacers
    • Fits All 2015-2019 Ford F-150s

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys. It's Joe from AmericanTrucks. And today, we're gonna be taking a closer look at the Coyote 1.5-inch Billet Aluminum HubCentric Six Lug Wheel Spacers, fitting all '15 and newer F-150s. Now, these are gonna be a great option for you if you're looking for a quality spacer to add some aggressive offset to your F-150. So, right off the bat in our video here, I did just want to address how highly controversial wheel spacers are on any truck in general and any wheel spacer out there. If you take a look at the forms, you'll see a lot of arguments going back and forth on whether or not these are worth it. Some people say these are going to add some extra stress to your suspension components, that's just not there as far as the looks go, I'm gonna leave that one up to you guys. If you're looking for a high-quality wheel spacer, these are definitely what you want, we're gonna go into more about that in just a second here. However, I'm gonna give you what I know about these. I'm gonna tell you the truth and exactly what these will do for you once installed on your F-150. So, what do we have going on here with the Coyote 1.5-inch? Well, first off, these are made out of 6061 aluminum which is some great stuff, extremely durable especially over some of the competitors out there. Again, we'll touch on that in just a second here. You got that black anodized coating, which is going to be great to resist corrosion, and, another great feature about these is they're designed to be hubcentric. Now, what that means is, there's an 87-millimeter bore hole right here in the middle that's going to be a perfect match up for the F-150 and it's going to distribute the weight all the way, 360 degrees, along these holes in the middle. Now, conversely, what we'll deem eBay spacers for now, they're usually lugcentric, they're a little bit more universal, but, what that does is it distributes the weight on the lug nuts themselves, a little bit less durable. However, again, a little bit more universal. Something like this, if you own an F-150, you want hubcentric, you want billet aluminum, that's gonna be a huge upgrade over those eBay spacers, which is usually cast as well and that's just simply not as durable as billet aluminum. So, as far as build quality and design goes, these are gonna be a great option for you. So, let's get into some numbers here. And the math isn't as hard as you might think. All in all, these are gonna be one and a half inches thick. For the metric guys out there, that equates to about 38.1 millimeters. And basically all this is gonna do is push the wheel out of the wheel well 38.1 millimeters, just like some additional negative offset might. Now, that's gonna give you some huge benefits. The first one, and the most obvious one, it's gonna come in the looks department. You're gonna get that nice flush stance on your truck which is so popular with the F-150 community, and compared to stock, is gonna be a huge improvement. But, that wider track width is gonna give you a couple of other ones as well, that's gonna be great when you're off-roading and it's also going to improve the handling too. There is a trade-off for that. With that extra leverage on there, you are going to be stressing your suspension components a little bit more. Now, there are tons of articles about that out there on the internet that I'll leave for you to peruse through, but, basically, just apply your common sense to it, if your Coyote is supercharged, you're putting down 700 horsepower, be careful you know the limits of your truck. If you plan on towing 13,000 pounds with your F-150, again, be careful, know the limits of your truck and know that these are going to add a little bit more stress on the suspension of your F-150. So, before we get into the price here, just a couple of numbers for you guys out there that might need it. Bolt pattern, gonna be specific for the F-150, 6x135, thread pitch on here, again, same as our F-150 14x1.5 and the bore in the middle is 87 millimeters. So, pricing for these, we're looking at about 280 bucks and I have a pair in front of me right now, but that $280 price point, that is for all four corners. So, at that, you'll be getting four spacers just like these two right in front of me here. Factoring in build quality, that is gonna be one heck of a deal. These are pretty much gonna be the top of the line. If you don't believe me, take it from our customers, check out the website. These have really good reviews on them as well as some customer pics out there so you can see what these look like with some different wheel and tire combinations on different year F-150s. So, before we jump into the install here, a couple of things I did want to touch on. Once you get these installed, drive for 500 miles, come back and make sure the torque is still good to go. And also, our F-150 studs are a little bit too long, they're gonna stick out a little bit beyond the face of these spacers, so, that's not gonna be a problem with the stock wheels, they have cutouts in the back that accommodate for those perfectly. However, I can't speak for all aftermarket wheels out there. A lot of them are probably in the same boat. However, there are also some aftermarket wheels out there that probably have a flat surface on the back, if you're in that boat, you're gonna be breaking out the cutoff wheel here and you're gonna be trimming the tips off your studs. You want to check and make sure which category you're in before you get these installed on your truck. Now, with all of that out of the way, the install for these is going to be really easy. We're looking at a one out of three here definitely. Should take you at most 30, 45 minutes to get all four corners installed. So, without any further ado, let me show you what tools do you might need and how it's done. For this install, you'll need a torque wrench, impact, and 19-millimeter socket. Now, you're also gonna need a way to get your factory wheels off, and for that, you'll need a 21-millimeter socket and not pictured here will be the floor jack. So the install for something like this is going to be really, really easy, however, there can be a few questions that arise. Right off the bat here, we're gonna start off with the basics, so you want to make sure your truck is jacked up safely and on top of that you want to take your wheel off. You also want to make sure this hub surface here is nice and clean so our spacer can sit flush against it. Now, after that, all we're gonna do is drop this on around our studs. Now, once we have it on in that position, all I'm gonna do is take the 19-millimeter socket and a couple of lug nuts included in the kit and I'm just gonna use that to get it started on the studs attached to our hub. Now, the thread pitch on these two are the same, so, on the spacer, we have 14x1.5, on our F-150 we have 14x1.5 so I'm just gonna use the lug nuts in the kit to tighten the spacer to the hub. And, like I said earlier, this thing is hubcentric, so, alignment is important when it comes to things like this, but you could see it pretty much dials itself in even with only a few lug nuts off of it. It is right where it needs to be and the conical shape on these lugs are just gonna pull it into place when we tighten them down. So, next up, I'm just gonna put our socket on the end of the impact gun. Now, I know you shouldn't do this chrome socket on the end of the impact gun, but there are a lot of threads to take up here and the holes for the lugs are really small and only the thin wall chrome socket will fit. So, all I'm gonna do, end of the impact gun, I'm just gonna run these down snug, I'm not even gonna impact them into place, and then we'll break out a torque wrench and make sure these are up to spec. And, like always, you want to tighten stuff like this down in a star pattern. All right, so, our good old friend, the torque wrench. First of all, this is gonna spin on you, put your e-brake on, this will hold it still while we torque down those lug nuts. Secondly, as far as torque spec goes, I expected it to be more. The F-150 spec, so what we're gonna tighten our wheel to the spacer, is 150 foot-pounds and that applies for everything '15 and newer as far F-150 goes. However, the instructions from Coyote state, we should only torque these down to about 95, 100 foot-pounds. I'm gonna go for 100 just to be on the safe side here. And again, we're just gonna do this in a star pattern. So, that's pretty much gonna be it as far as the install goes. A couple of things I do want to touch on though here, you want to drive her 500 miles, come back and make sure everything is still nice and tight, I'm sure some blue Loctite on there would not hurt either. Secondly, the studs on our F-150 do stick out beyond this spacer a little bit. Now, I know for a fact, the stock wheels do have cutouts on the mounting surface to accommodate for that, however, if you do plan on running some aftermarket wheels, they might not have those cutouts to accommodate for those studs sticking past the surface, and if that's the case for you, you can take this back off and just grind the tips off a little bit, you want to make sure this surface is nice and flat for your wheel to mount up to. But, other than that, that is gonna do it for my review and install of the Coyote 1.5-inch Billet Aluminum, HubCentric Six Lug Wheel Spacers, fitting all '15 and newer F-150s. Thank you guys for watching. Subscribe for more like this one. And as always, keep it right here at AmericanTrucks for all things F-150.

    Change the Clearance. Gain more wheel and tire clearance on the front end of your 2015-2019 F-150 by installing a set of Coyote’s 1.5-inch thick Aluminum Wheel Spacers. After you’ve upsized the wheels and tires, these quality spacer can be a great way to improve your F-150’s clearance and make it look even sportier, as the wheels will stick out farther than they did before. 

    Tough Construction. Made of aircraft quality heat-treated 6061-T6 aluminum, the two single drill Coyote adapters have extra strength. The 14mm wheel studs constructed of heat-treated 1045 carbon steel are highly durable and resilient. Coyote covers the spacers with an anti-corrosive black anodized finish to help extend the pair’s longevity and keep them looking great.

    Simple to Install. To make the installation smoother, Coyote provides the required OE Lug Bulge Acorn Lug Nuts with these wheel spacers. Properly cleaning the mounting surfaces before bolting on the wheel spacers will help to ensure a flush mount.

    Better Handling. The hub-centric wheel spacers improve stability and driver handling by widening the vehicle’s width. Each adapter alters the wheel offset using the included studs.

    Application. This set of four Coyote 1.5 in. Aluminum Wheel Spacers are designed to be used on all 2015-2019 Ford F-150 models equipped with 6 lug 6x5.31" (6x135mm) factory or aftermarket wheels installed.

    Please Note. Spacer lug nuts are included, requires the use of original lug nuts for wheel installation.

    Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

    MPN# 6135-6135H-C

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    What's in the Box
    • (4) 1.5" Wheel Spacers
    • (24) 14mm Right hand 1.50 thread pitch lug nuts
    Installation Info

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        Questions & Answers (18)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Why the conflicting information about towing? One answer says it's ok to tow with these and another says it's not? Which is it?

        • We would not recommend using wheel spacers with heavy towing applications.

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        Why such a price difference between these and the same brand 2" (besides the obvious 4 pack vs 2 pack)?

        • These use Carbon Steel Studs, and the main difference is that there are 4 instead of 2.

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        Do I need any other lugs? I’m running aftermarket (motometal mo962) wheels.

        • These require the use of your original lugs for installation, so you should be good to go.

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        Could this help fit a 33”x 12.50 tire on stock 18" wheeis? Ford F-150 fx4 2006

        • This paired with a lift kit will help with running a 33" tire on your truck without rubbing.

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        I have a 5000 Lb camper I pull about a dozen times a year. What is the limit on these spacers? Can they handle my camper?

        • There is no weight rating on the wheel spacers but you should not have any issue with towing your camper.

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        10 More Questions
        Will the spacer affect the towing capacity of 8k? Do the spacer affect the bed loading capacity of 1700lbs? 1 answer
        Are they made in the USA 1 answer
        Are the studs fine tread or coarse , i had some on my 2014 which i kept but the spacers lugs dont fit on my 2018 studs and my oem dont fit the spacers 1 answer
        Do these work with the factory lugs or will I need to purchase new lugs? Also, one review said the bolts that come with these are different threads. Is that true? 1 answer
        What is the recommended torque spec for these? 1 answer
        It states hub centric but does not list the hub bore size. What is the size of the center opening? 1 answer
        Will these fit my 2010 FX2? The description says (15-18 all). but it says this product will fit your F-150. 1 answer
        Does it hurt the tow rating hauling a fifthwheel 1 answer
        Do these spacers add 1.5” per side for 3” total or do they add .75” per side for 1.5” total? 1 answer
        Will the stock lug nuts fit on these spacers ? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (13) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.1

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

          • Finish 4.769231 4.8
          • Appearance 4.846154 4.8
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.538462 4.5



          • 5/5

            August 04, 2018

            Great fit

            I have a 2018 F150 FX4 Crewcab with factory 20' wheels. I had to remove the dust and some rust off the rotors before I installed the wheel spacers. Had a hard time installing the fronts so I engaged the 4x4 in order to tight the bolts at 140lbs. The rear factory wheels has a small notch in between the holes but didn't feel comfortable without shaving the bolts (just the tips). I used a torque wrench to check the wheel spacers and everything was still tight after 500 miles. I used red thread locker Permatex. I took 2:30 minutes to install. I wanted to make sure the spacers were solid against the rotor and bolts did not hit the wheel.

            JoeR

            Year: 2018 Engine: 5.0L V8

            Helpful (6)

          • 3/5

            July 25, 2018

            Any one have the answer to this

            The front two fit great on my 2015 f150 but on the back two my factory studs stick out an 1/8 inch and won’t let my wheel sit tight to the spacer. Anyone else have this issue I have fuel wheels. I just don’t understand why the front work perfect but not the back

            MikeR

            Year: 2015 Engine: 2.7L V6 Ecoboost

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 24, 2018

            Perfect with stock wheels

            Got the 1.5 inch spacers for my 2016 4x4 CrewCab. Use with the stock wheels. It pushes the wheels out flush with the fenders. Looks awesome! It's a subtle change, but looks way better than factory. I did get some imbalance vibration in the back. I had the wheels rebalanced and the vibration was gone, so it had nothing to do with the spacers, just an anomaly of some sort. I highly recommend.

            RobertV

            Year: 2016 Submodel: XLT Engine: 5.0L V8

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 21, 2018

            Look great

            They're very well made fit and finish was very good. Just what l was looking for tires stick out just past the wheel wells. Makes the truck look more aggressive.

            SusanZ

            Year: 2015 Submodel: Platinum Engine: 5.0L V8

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          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 05, 2018

            F150 Spacers

            I bought these to make the stance of the truck look better and it did, actually looked awesome with factory wheels. Had a vibration in the rear of the truck. Took them back off and drove the truck again, no vibration so it was clear I had a bad set in the rear. The front ones had zero vibration. American Trucks customer service was awesome, said send them back with the shipping label and we will send you a new set.

            AlexM

            Year: 2018 Engine: 3.5L V6 Ecoboost

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          • 3/5

            April 30, 2018

            Read Instructions First

            These will not work if you are using factory lug nuts. The nut provided are the ones that mount the wheel to the spacer. You have to purchase separate lug nuts to mount the spacer to the hub. The thread are a different pattern than the factory. The only reason this I gave this 3 stars is due to fast shipping. I will be returning these.

            LeeH

            Year: 2013 Submodel: FX4 Engine: 3.5L V6 Ecoboost

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            March 20, 2018

            Great value

            Even with the Canadian exchange and shipping they are a nice product for the money. I used them on a 2018 f150 4x4 with a level kit. With 275/65/20 Duratrac tires on stock rims I have had no issues with rubbing. They give the truck a more balanced look and the tire tread is not past the body. Make sure to use BLUE locktite on the axle to spacer threads, because you can't recheck their torque.

            MarkS

            Year: 2018 Engine: 5.0L V8

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          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            January 31, 2018

            Look and fit great

            I installed theses after installing a leveling kit and 35x12.50-18 BFG KO2 tires. I had to trim the plastic inner fender due to rubbing. The tire also rubbed the frame pretty good so I removed them. I guess I need to figure out something else to prevent the rubbing on the frame .

            DamonJ

            Year: 2016 Engine: 2.7L V6 Ecoboost

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            January 09, 2018

            Quality Part

            Perfect fitment. No issues with balance. Proper torque and recheck show no sign of loosening. 8k miles on these. No issues.

            DewayneC

            Year: 2016 Engine: 3.5L V6 Ecoboost

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            November 08, 2017

            Nice quality for the price.

            They are built well and give the truck a more aggressive look by pulling the tires out to the fender line. However mine do rub a bit on the inner fender in the front when turning into my driveway.

            JamesD

            Year: 2017 Engine: 5.0L V8

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            November 04, 2017

            Good Spacers

            These spacers are good, but don’t pay attention to the instructions. Put blue loctite on the factory studs and torque to 90 lbs. otherwise you will start having bad vibrations and almost loose your wheel.

            AmericanIron

            Year: 2015 Submodel: XLT Engine: 5.0L V8

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            August 02, 2017

            2016 f150

            Spacers fit great ,seem to be heavy duty and they add an aggressive look. Happy so far.

            RichardS

            Year: 2016 Submodel: XL Engine: 3.5L V6

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 21, 2017

            NIce finish

            I was suspect of the finish and quality because of the price, but they look and feel great.

            FranklinP

            Year: 2016 Submodel: XLT Engine: 3.5L V6 Ecoboost

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