Maximum Motorsports 1/2" Whee Spacers
Maximum's hubcentric design keeps these spacers centered on your SN95, New Edge, or S197 axle. These are an easy way to correct the wheel "tuck" that you find on the rear of most 1994-2004 & even 2005-2014 Mustangs with 8-inch wheels. If you're wanting a more aggressive appearance added to your 1994-2014 Ford Mustang, these 1/2" Hubcentric Wheel Spacers from Maximum Motorsports are exactly what you need!
Longer wheel studs are required with these wheel spacers. You must ensure that at least 6 threads are fully engaged in the lug nut after installation of these spacers.
- Fits 1994-2004 Ford Mustangs
- Fits 2005-2014 Ford Mustangs (REAR ONLY)
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This solved my problem. With these my 15" weld draglite skinnys fit with NO brake mods to my 96 GT and I did NOT grind the cross bar or caliber. It's been over 1000 miles no problems. You may want longer wheel studs. I am installing hardened 3"wheel studs soon. The pic shows how many threads are left with spacer on my car. Your tire will stick out further but it is not noticeable.
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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My wheels didn't sit where I wanted them. I got these and they worked perfectly
Maximum Motorsports is well respected as a leading developer of suspension systems and performance parts for your Mustang or Lightning. Established in 1992, the team at MM has spent countless hours researching and developing the highest quality suspension components for 1979-Present Mustangs and 1993-Present SVT Lightnings. Maximum Motorsports has strived to produce lightweight, direct replacement suspension parts to get your vehicle handling, launching, and cornering better than ever. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com for performance panhard bars, k-members, subframe connectors, steering racks, caster/camber plates. chassis braces, control arms, roll bars, wheel spacers, and other tubular suspension parts.
I got my car senior year in high school when I still lived in California. After graduation I moved out here to Arkansas/ Texas. Almost 6 years with my car and from completely bone stock it has gone th...