These spacers have a centre bore of 66.
6mm so they sit centrally on the hub and the 12mm, 20mm, 15mm, 20mm and 25mm spacers are fully hub centric, both types will not affect the balancing of you wheels.
The TPI range of forged aluminium spacers are light weight and of the highest quality.
These spacers have a centre bore of 66.6mm so they sit centrally on the hub and the 12mm, 20mm, 15mm, 20mm and 25mm spacers are fully hub centric, both types will not affect the balancing of you wheels.
These spacers will fit all Mercedes models.
Please note these are not cheap universal fit spacers, so are perfectly safe for all applications including high performance AMG vehicles.
All spacer kits consist of a pair of spacers which fit straight over the hub and into the alloy wheel. Please note longer wheel bolts may be required which are available separately in our Alloy wheels spacers & Wheel bolts section.
Spacer Kit Comprised of 2 x 12mm Spacers for Front or Rear wheels.
Wheel bolts are also available for purchase on the right in 40mm thread length:
- Ball Seat for Original Mercedes and AMG wheels
- Cone Seat for most Aftermarket wheels
How to Measure
1. Tools Required
To properly measure your wheel gap you will need a few simple tools:
Measuring device with milimeter units
Straight edge - Yard stick or similar
2. Check Your Gap®
Place a straight edge flush with the face of the wheel and tyre combination.
Make sure the straight edge touches the tire in two spots to keep the straight edge even with the tyre.
Use the measuring device to measure from the inside of the straight edge to the inner wing lip (see diagram).
Make sure that the measurement is taken at the point where the wheel and tyre is closest to the fender. For instance, on a car with a large amount of negative camber the tyre and wheel may be closest at the front or rear edge of the wing.