H&R H&R Trak+ 5mm Wheel Spacers - Ford Mustang

H&R Trak+ 5mm Wheel Spacers - Ford Mustang

SKU: 1065705

by: H&R

  • $69.95


DR Series spacers fit between the wheel and hub, and require longer wheel bolts (ordered separately). Please verify bolt specifics before ordering (taper or round bolt head and shaft length).

Bolt Pattern: 5/114.3

Center Bore: 70.5
Stud

Thread Type: 1/2" UNF

HOW TO MEASURE
Make Model Chassis Years Bolt Pattern Center Bore Bolt / Stud Thread Type Spacer Type
Ford GT500 V8 10/1/2007 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford GT500 V8, incl. convertible 2011-14 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford GT500 Convertible V8 10/1/2007 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang V6, V8 9/1/2005 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang V6, V8 2010 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang V6, V8 2011-14 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang Convertible V6, V8 9/1/2005 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang Convertible V6, V8 2010 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang Convertible V6, V8 2011-14 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang GT V6, V8 9/1/2005 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang GT V6, V8 2010 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Mustang GT V6, V8 2011-14 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Shelby GT V6, V8 9/1/2005 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Shelby GT V6, V8 2010 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Shelby GT-H V6, V8 9/1/2005 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
Ford Shelby GT-H V6, V8 2010 5/114.3 70.5 Stud 1/2in. UNF DR
 

1. GATHER TOOLS

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 GAP

  1. 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.
  2. Use the measuring device to measure from the inside of the straight edge to the inner fender lip. (see diagram)
  3. 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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