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Truck Wheel Spacers ? - October 24, 2012, 03:30 PM

Hey do anyone know where you can get some wheel spacers for a good price from?

What are decent prices for 2005 Nissan Frontier 25mm spacers?

I am trying to fit Nissan 2007 Titan rims on my truck


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25mm is kinda big, you might have to get the bolt on type ones to be safe


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25mm is kinda big, you might have to get the bolt on type ones to be safe
I see what the issue is....just found out that they have different bolt paterns...that the main issue vs. spacing.

I think the smallest they sell the spacers are 1 inch/25mm



My rims off set are +30mm and bolt patern is 6x4.5 or 6x114.3mm
the Titan rims are +25mm and back spacing is 5.5 inches bolt patern 6x5.5 or 6x139.7mm


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Yeah, they wont fix the bolt pattern...


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October 24, 2012, 08:43 PM

interesting... on a Nissan truck Id think they'd be the same. try finding the V8 pathfinder wheels, those should be the same bolt pattern


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interesting... on a Nissan truck Id think they'd be the same. try finding the V8 pathfinder wheels, those should be the same bolt pattern
I was looking at the set for sale on here ....

I thought it was just a space issue...not a bolt pattern problem.

I wish I had a V8 in my truck.... the 2013 Fronty have 18x8 rims...have not seen them but sure they will not be this price...


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You can get the bolt on spacers that change the bolt pattern to whatever you need.

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Be careful with any non-hub centric wheel spacer...


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Be careful with any non-hub centric wheel spacer...
what is a non hub centric wheel spacer?


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Non-hub centric wheels/spcaers are centered via the lug nuts. Hub centric wheels/spacers are centered via the hub in the middle and not by the lug nuts/studs.


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non-hub centric spacers can result in vibrations and even lug failures, especially on a truck.


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