What size wheel spacers do I need for 350z?

Stock 350z wheels with spacers In this case, we advise opting for spacers that are between 15-25mm, depending on how far you want them to come out to your fenders. Thankfully, Nissan has designed the 350z to fit 25mm spacers all-round without any rubbing issues, as shown in the photo above.

Are 3mm wheel spacers safe?

Registered. 3mm spacers are way to dangerous. You won’t have enough thread engagement and you will destroy your wheel bearings. Just do it right and buy properly sized wheels that fit.

Are wheel spacers bad 350z?

Can I Use Lug Centric Spacers on My Nissan 350z? Lug centric spacers are the cheapest wheel spacers you’ll find for a Nissan 350z, but that comes at a price – which is that they can cause more wear and tear on your car. In addition to this, more weight on your wheel studs can mean increased vibration through your car.

What thickness wheel spacers do I need?

The size spacer you need will be equal to the thickness of the washers used. If a spacer greater than 5mm is needed, you may need to also purchase extended lug studs or purchase wheel spacers with studs.

Will 350Z wheels fit 370z?

they will work. will stick in in the back some, but you can use a 20-25mm spacer to fix that.

Are wheel spacers legal?

The fact is, wheel spacers are illegal in Australia unless the manufacturer fitted them. The End. Wheel spacers can increase your 4WDs track and stability; they’re also illegal to fit and more trouble than they’re worth.

What is the bolt pattern for 2004 Nissan 350Z?

Nissan 350Z Wheel Size

350Z Bolt Pattern (Lug Pattern) PCD 5×114.3 See Adapters
Stock wheel offset 15 to 35 mm Wheel Spacers
Custom Offset Range -25 to 42 mm
Center bore (hub bore) 66.1 mm Use Hub Centric Rings
Thread size (Lug Nut Size) M12 x 1.25 Lug Nuts

Does a plenum spacer add horsepower?

Intake plenum spacers are a cost effective power modification for standard or modified 350z (VQ35DE) engines. They found that by increasing the volume of air passing into the intake plenum it could liberate increased horsepower and torque.

Why are there no spacers on my 350Z rims?

Without spacers, some aftermarket 350z rims can sit too far inwards, and they may be too close to fit over your brake calipers, rub on your suspension or something else. The bolts in the wheel spacers match up with the holes on the wheel hub, and studs help secure the spacers to the wheels.

How big are the wheels on a Nissan 350Z?

Say you currently have the standard 350z Base 17×7.5” wheels with a 30mm offset, but you want to upgrade to the Touring 18×8” +30mm wheels and you want them to sit flush. Whether or not you have lowering springs or coilovers comes into play here, but to keep things simplel let’s assume you’re running standard suspension.

What do wheel spacers do to a car?

Spacers are simple components, mounted between the wheel and the wheel hub. Simply put, they space the wheel away from the center of your car, lowering the wheel offset. Remember, the lower the offset, the further your wheels sit from where they are mounted to your hubs. Wheel spacers increase your track.

How often should I re torque my wheel spacer?

Properly installed wheel spacers are safe, but improperly installed spacers are not. To stay safe, you should re-torque (tighten) the bolts on your spacers every 5,000 miles to make sure they don’t become loose, otherwise you run the risk of bending a wheel stud or losing a wheel.