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If you’re looking to increase your wheel’s track width, the best solution is to install truck wheel spacers. With these wheel components, you can create an extra clearance between your wheel and wheel hub assembly to get rid of its tucked look. As a result, your wheels are able to sport a wider stance and a more interesting appearance. Aside from changing your wheel’s overall stance, your truck will also be able to accommodate larger tires for increased aesthetic appeal and performance. Installing wheel spacers can also help improve your vehicle’s traction. Since your wheel is now mounted further away from its hub assembly, it creates a lower center of gravity. This enables your tires to grip the road surface better, even if you’re driving during wet weather conditions. What’s more, wheel spacers help improve your truck’s handling characteristics, allowing you to easily make turns and conveniently go around corners. AmericanTrucks has a wide selection of wheel spacers that cater to different vehicle applications. In addition, the wheel spacers in our inventory are made of durable materials likes aluminum. With high-strength builds, these spacers are able to endure even your truck’s most demanding, high-performance drives. Our wheel spacers also come in different rust-resistant finishes. Some are black, while others sport a sleek, polished coating. Some of our wheel spacers come with pre-installed studs and lug nuts for an easier and quicker bolt-on installation. Other than our truck wheel spacers, we also have a wide selection of wheels and
Prepare your pickup for larger tires with the right truck wheel spacers on your ride. Most standard tires will fit your truck without the need for spacers, but when you start looking at Ford F-150 all-terrain tires and other off-road enhancements, you should consider spacers as well. Wheel spacers are special enhancements that install on the stock wheel studs of your truck to create more clearance for the tires to install on your ride. Good wheel spacers move the tires and wheels of your truck out away from its body to prevent rubbing and other issues from occurring. You’ll often want to pair wheel spacers with other off-road enhancements that you make to your truck.
Truck Tire & Bed Spacers
The first step to choosing the right truck tire and bed spacers is to match them with the specific wheels you have on your pickup. These enhancements should fit the stud pattern of your truck’s wheels so that you can slip them into position easily. These spacers install similarly to your truck’s wheels themselves, and most truck owners can install these accessories themselves without special tools. If you’re confident about moving the wheels on your truck from one location to another, you can put on wheel spacers as well. Add wheel spacers to your truck to:
- add space for oversized tires to install without rubbing
- space out your tires for a cool look
- prepare your pickup for off-roading adventures
- to enhance your truck after adding a lift kit
Our wheel spacers come made from billet aluminum in most instances and are offered in different colors. The spacers look the same mostly, but there are different spacers for different clearance requirements. If you only need a small amount of additional clearance on your truck for slightly oversized tires, you can install a small set of spacers to give you the room you need. If you need a large amount of clearance, you will need more significant spacers. If you are adding Chevy Silverado lift kits to your pickup truck, you may need wheel spacers as well to prepare for the off-road tires you install.
Chevy, Ford & Dodge Truck Spacers
Our Chevy, Ford, and Dodge truck spacers are made from durable materials, but it’s important to note that these components will put more stress on your truck’s axle and your drivetrain. You may not be able to tow and haul as much with your truck once you’ve installed spacers on your ride. The larger your spacers are, the more stress you are putting on your truck. If you’re going to add wheel spacers to your truck, you may also have to upgrade the studs of your truck and the axle components that connect your wheels to the rest of your vehicle. It’s important to invest in high-quality components and to make sure you have the right enhancements for your chosen tasks. Consider investing in Ford F-150 axle parts along with wheel spacers to prepare your ride for the toughest off-road conditions that you’ll face. Whenever you get wheel spacers, you should get the smallest set you can use that will work for your needs. That means you shouldn’t opt for a 2-inch spacer if you only need to add 1-inch of clearance. Get the smallest part possible, and you’ll save money on spacers while keeping your truck as strong as possible in the process. Spacers are just one of the many upgrades you will have to consider for your ride if you’re going to upgrade the tires that you’re using. Lift your pickup and add larger tires for more ground clearance and also consider enhancements such as skid plates, body armor, winches, and other parts for the ultimate off-roading machine.