H&R TRAK+ DRM Wheel Spacers, 07-12 Caliber

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Model Number: 223909

Do you want to move your wheels further out of the wheel well for a wider stance and look? Or perhaps you bought some new wheels that dont have the perfect offset and you need spacers. These H&R direct fit spacers for the Caliber SRT-4 are made in Germany, are super strong and will do exactly what you need!

These 5x114.3 TRAK+ wheel spacers are made from a proprietary aluminum/magnesium alloy which is not only incredibly strong, but also very light weight (up to 70% lighter than a comparable steel product). TRAK+ wheel spacers are then hard anodized to ensure a tough, durable finish that is resistant to chipping, scratching and oxidation. Also very important- these are Hub centric for the highest level of accuracy, with no vibrations or shaking. TRAK+ wheel spacers are 100% made in Germany under ISO 9001 Quality Assurance standards, and meet the rigid safety criteria of the German TUV road safety testing group.

If you are using a smaller thin H&R spacer of say less than 20mm, your factory wheel studs may extend past the spacer face, and so you have to either 1) have a wheel that has a pocket for the factory bolt to stick into, or 2)you'll need to cut the factory bolt to be shorter.

Price listed is for a pair of wheel spacers.

$129.99

Ask a Product Question

  • Donald Garnier
    Can I use the 20mm or 25 mm spacers with stock wheels without any mods. No grinding or changing the studs. Thanks so much, Don
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      These spacers have the studs built in, so you do not need to replace your oem studs. These bolt to the oem studs, then the studs on these are what you bolt your wheel onto. There are no further mods needed.
  • Carlos Santiago
    Can I use the 30mm ones with stock caliber srt4 rims
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      You can use whatever rims you want with whatever spacers you want. That does not matter. You just need to bolt these onto your hubs, and then mount the wheels to the spacers. Its really that easy.
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