Eibach 1" (25mm) Bolt-On Wheel Spacers 5-Lug (5 X 4.5) - Pair 1979-2004

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Eibach 1" (25mm) Bolt-On Wheel Spacers 5-Lug (5 X 4.5) - Pair 1979-2004

Product Description

Pair of bolt-on 1" hubcentric wheels spacers for 1979-2004 5-Lug Mustangs.

Made from High-Strength Aircraft-Aluminum Alloy.

These spacers 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.

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Product Questions

I have rear 18X10 bullit with 285/35/18 tires, but still I cant get the sport aspect that I wish, can I put this Eibach 1" (25mm) Bolt-On Wheel Spacers 5-Lug (5 X 4.5) and keep the standard for this model? or do you recommend me the 3-3/4 inches?

Asked by: Alex J
You should measure from the tire to the wheel opening on the quarter panel to see how much space you have, then you can determine the spacer you will need.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-09-19

My 95 Mustang GTbhas Eibach lowering springs and OEM Cobra Wheels and 255/40 R17 tires. It is NOT a cobra. The front wheels and tires rub on the suspension. Would wheel spacers solve this problem? Bob

Asked by: scrmnjay
Possibly, but you would need to take measurements to make sure that you are not going to create another clearance issue somewhere else.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2017-02-24

Can the Eibach 25mm wheel spacers be used on the front wheels of my 2004 Mustang GT as well as on the rear wheels?

Asked by: DandDC
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2017-06-04

Do you need to shorten the original bolts?

Asked by: mano
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-09-08
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