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H&R TRAK+ Wheel Spacers


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Wider is Better! H&R TRAK+® Wheel Spacers provide simple and effective vehicle track widening for improved handling, performance, safety, and a 'perfect stance'.
Featuring a 'perfect fit' hubcentric design, TRAK+® Wheel Spacers are extremely durable and lightweight thanks to a proprietary aluminum/magnesium alloy.

DRM: DRM Series spacers bolt to the hub with existing wheel studs and special nuts (included). Wheel is bolted to new DRM wheel studs.

DRS: DRS Series spacers fit between the wheel and hub, and require exchanging the existing wheel studs for longer ones (studs are included).




Fitment:2016-up Ford Focus RS

info/order (5mm - 30mm): FORD® FOCUS RS ECOBOOST® 2.3L 2016 PARTS ? tagged "Wheel Spacers" ? FSWERKS


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What is the max spacer that can be used on the RS? Have you fit any yet?
 

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We havent test fitted H&R TRAK+Wheel Spacers (maximum widths) on the RS.
The H&R TRAK+Wheel Spacers can provide options for handling, personal tastes and stances.
The info below will help determine the size spacer appropriate for your vehicle.

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1. Tools Required

To properly measure your wheel gap you will need a few simple tools:

Measuring device with millimeter units
Straight edge--Yard stick or similar


2. Check Your Wheel Gap

Place a straight edge flush with the face of the wheel and tire combination.
Make sure the straight edge touches the tire in two spots to keep the straight edge even with the tire.
Use the measuring device to measure from the inside of the straight edge to the inner fender lip. (see diagram)
Make sure that the measurement is taken at the point where the wheel and tire is closest to the fender.
For instance, on a car with a large amount of negative camber the tire and wheel may be closest at the front or rear edge of the fender.
 

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I was looking at some spacers for a 5x108 to a 5x114.3 so I could fit some Volks but finally a vendor came thru on some for a group buy. If the spacers are hubcentric then install them and they make the wheels look so much better. I've used them on many cars before but not this one yet
 

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Are you referring to wheel adapters?
Spacers make your wheels and tires fit/look much better and improve the handling as well :)
I was looking at some spacers for a 5x108 to a 5x114.3 so I could fit some Volks but finally a vendor came thru on some for a group buy. If the spacers are hubcentric then install them and they make the wheels look so much better. I've used them on many cars before but not this one yet
 

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Are you referring to wheel adapters?
Spacers make your wheels and tires fit/look much better and improve the handling as well :)
adapters...spacers...they would do the same things just change the bolt pattern to 114.3. but yeah adapters essentally I guess
 

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adapters...spacers...they would do the same things just change the bolt pattern to 114.3. but yeah adapters essentally I guess
Wouldn't adapters have to be at least around 25mm thick though in order to fit over the factory studs and have a flush mating surface to the wheel? I think 25mm or more would be too much on the RS unless you were using like a 65mm offset wheel... but that would probably look weird.
 
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We havent test fitted H&R TRAK+Wheel Spacers (maximum widths) on the RS.
The H&R TRAK+Wheel Spacers can provide options for handling, personal tastes and stances.
The info below will help determine the size spacer appropriate for your vehicle.

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1. Tools Required

To properly measure your wheel gap you will need a few simple tools:

Measuring device with millimeter units
Straight edge--Yard stick or similar


2. Check Your Wheel Gap

Place a straight edge flush with the face of the wheel and tire combination.
Make sure the straight edge touches the tire in two spots to keep the straight edge even with the tire.
Use the measuring device to measure from the inside of the straight edge to the inner fender lip. (see diagram)
Make sure that the measurement is taken at the point where the wheel and tire is closest to the fender.
For instance, on a car with a large amount of negative camber the tire and wheel may be closest at the front or rear edge of the fender.
Been looking at the 15mm but research has shown me that you can't even remove the front wheel studs on the ST, can you confirm for the RS?

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Been looking at the 15mm but research has shown me that you can't even remove the front wheel studs on the ST, can you confirm for the RS?

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Yes you can actually remove them but normally they need to be pressed out or punched out, the issue is there isn't available room without disassembling the hub from the wheel knuckle. That would require pulling it apart and removal of the drive shaft to gain access to the studs for removal. However if you choose to go the route of the 20mm spacers or larger all that work isn't required as it's a bolt on design and doesn't require longer studs. That's what we offer to most of our customers but that really depends on wheels, tires and suspension height and the overall look your trying to achieve.
 
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