Ford 1.25” Thick Wheel SpacersBigger tires need clearance and adding that suspension lift is only half the battle. Spidertrax 1-1/4" thick, 6 on 5.5" bolt circle, 6061T6 aluminum spacers are an easy way of spacing out front and rear 2021-Present Ford Bronco & 2019-Present Ford Ranger axles that run OE wheels. This added spacing is necessary for keeping those larger tires from crashing into your frame rails and suspension links at full turn. Simply bolt-on like a wheel, and off to the trails you go.
Fits the following Ford vehicles:
• 2021-Present Bronco
• 2019-Present Ranger
Each kit comes with 2 wheel spacers, 12 M12-1.5 Grade 10.9+ 4140 wheel studs (pre-installed), 12 lug nuts, and a package of thread locker. Each wheel spacer is anodized in blue, using a double anodizing process for twice the corrosion resistance. In addition, each wheel spacer is wheel and hub centric for a perfect fit.
Proudly made in the USA.
The heart of our wheel spacer is in the material, and we take this very seriously. All of our aluminum is made in the USA and sourced from the mill directly. We even briquette all of our chips and recycle them back to the same mill. It's a happy cycle and keeps the quality in the purest form.
Our made in USA lug nuts are cold headed, an old-school manufacturing process that gets its roots from Detroit. Precision matters; our lug nuts hold runout less than 2% of the thread diameter. This high accuracy helps keep your spacers where they belong, safely on your axle.
Chromoly Wheel Studs
With our strong racing background, we know how important wheel studs are. Every wheel spacer is outfitted with 4140 chromoly wheel studs that not only exceed the strength of OE but are coated with GEOMET for 10X the corrosion resistance over zinc. Your wheels will thank you.
Made in USA
Since starting this hobby in 1999, we take great pride in manufacturing in-house. Know that when we say MADE IN USA, we mean it. Every component of every Wheel Spacer Kit, from spacers to lug nuts, from printed box to instructions, are made right here in the USA.