John deere wheel spacers : Cheapest chrome wheels.
John Deere Wheel Spacers
- (wheel spacer) spacer having circular section, perpendicular to the bar to which it is attached, used for maintaining cover in vertical members to the reinforcement nearest the surface of the concrete.
- Deere: United States industrialist who manufactured plows suitable for working the prairie soil (1804-1886)
- John Deere (February 7, 1804 - May 17, 1886) was an American blacksmith and manufacturer who founded Deere & Company, one of the largest agricultural and construction equipment manufacturers in the world.
john deere wheel spacers - Eibach 90.5.05.038.3
Eibach 90.5.05.038.3 Pro-Spacer Wheel Spacer Kit
To give your car the final visual and performance touch, Eibach engineers have created a complete line of Eibach Pro-Spacers. These are designed to give your vehicle a wider, more stable stance, quickly and easily. They are also a perfect match for the famous Eibach Pro-Kit or Sportline Lowering Spring Sets. With the right Eibach Pro-Spacers installed, your car takes on a more aggressive look, with the wheels and tires—filling the wheel arches exactly the way they should. Fine-tuning your track width does not just enhance the looks of your car, but also gives you improved handling performance and optimized roll characteristics. Pro-Spacers are available in a wide range of sizes, from 5 mm all the way to 40 mm, depending on the application, letting you position your tires exactly where they will look and perform their best. In many cases, installing the right Pro-Spacers can improve the look and function of your existing wheels and tires so much, you might not need to buy new custom wheels and tires at all.
I decided upon some Eibach wheel spacers as they are 'hub centric' which centres the wheel on the hub much better than cheaper alternatives (i.e. less chance of out-of-balance due to eccentricity) and avoids the wheel loads being taken completely by the wheel studs (which is something they are not designed to do !).
The rear wheels needed 15mm spacers to give sufficient clearance between the chassis rails and tyres.