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Nissan Wheel Spacers & Adapters

We're always looking for great ways to improve automobile performance and often this involves improving the materials from which cars are made. Recently a small electric carmaker up in Canada said it was going to start making auto bodies out of hemp. We immediately envisioned a long line of these vehicles stacked up at the Taco Bell drive-thru window at 1:30 am, don't know why. Anyway, although apparently the hemp bodies will be very lightweight, we think there are simpler, less costly ways to improve performance, like Nissan wheel spacers.
If you can change a tire, and we hope you can, you can install a set of Nissan wheel spacers from AutoAnything. Once your new Nissan wheel spacers are installed you'll find that your ride handles a whole lot better. You'll be taking those country highway curves and inner city street corners like an Indy driver. And, not only does the wider stance afforded by Nissan wheel spacers improve your handling, it gives your ride a very cool look. With your tires pushed flush to the face of your wheel wells, you get that sleek race car look that everyone envies.
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Customer Reviews

H&R TRAK+ Wheel Spacers


Great quality spacers ! View more reviews...
Posted By Ovais M (SAN JOSE, CA) / June 14, 2020
2009 Honda Civic
Eibach Pro-Spacers

Look awesome

These spacers are fantastic. Quality material, easy to install and make car look killer View more reviews...
Posted By Brian H (Dyer, IN) / April 10, 2019
2014 Dodge Challenger
Alloy USA Wheel Spacers & Adapters

Great spacers, just one tiny complaint...

So, I started with the passenger rear wheel. My socket got stuck in every one of the holes and it took forever to get it out. But my socket fit perfectly in all three other spacers when I torqued them down. When it was time for the re-torque, I saved the passenger rear for last. I zipped through each hub, hand torquing to spec. When I got to that dreaded passenger rear hub, I had problems fitting my socket in, then wiggling it back out (swapping from torque to breaker bar to wiggle it out). View more reviews...
Posted By Joshua K (great barrington, MA) / February 3, 2016
2008 Jeep Wrangler