Jeep Renegade 25mm (1") Wheel Spacers Installation Write-Up

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  1. John Eldridge

    John Eldridge New Member

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    Not sure if this question was for me or not but I have the one inch renegade read spacers they come with longer studs. I have had them on for about 9000 miles and no problems. I torque the wheels at spec and good to go. I use them with the factory alum wheels and I bought steel wheels for the winter and al works well.
     
  2. gulfcritter

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    Will these 1" wheel spacers fit?

    According to the specs and comparing to what Wayalife originally posted in his write up, I believe these will fit my Trailhawk with stock wheels. I'm asking for confirmation before I purchase. Thanks

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/...1_1?colid=3DSBENDXBHKED&coliid=I2AFW97P973BT1


    4 New HUBCENTRIC Wheel Spacers. Bolt Pattern: 5x110. Hub Bore: 65.1. Spacer Thickness: 25mm (1 inch). Stud/Nut Thread Pitch: 12mm x 1.5

    CNC Machined using High Quality Aerospace Aluminum

    Hubcentric Wheel Spacers with Wheel-Centric Lip. This means it will fit perfectly over your hub - eliminating possibility of vibrations. Perfect for fixing clearance issues if your wheel(s) is hitting your shocks or brake calipers

    Designed to move the wheels further out from the hub, giving your vehicle a more aggressive stance & allows for better handling characteristics

    Product Information

    BrandPrecision European MotorwerksModelWheelManufacturer Part Number4x-25mm-5110-65.1-12x1.5Bolt Pattern (Pitch Circle Diameter)110 millimeters

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  3. John Eldridge

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    I don't know if they will fit using your stock wheels but what I do know is the one inch wheel spacers from renegade ready will fit using your stock wheels. I have had them on my spirt with my stock wheels for 10,000 miles and not one problem.

    Some people on here say the ones you're looking at are better because they bole to the hub then lug nuts hold your wheel on.

    In my opinion why have two sets of lug bolts and lug nuts. With the renegade ready spacers all you do is tighten your wheels to spec and re tighten after about 50 miles and you're good to go.

    Plus they have the center to hold your wheel on the hub when changing your wheels.

    I change my winter and summer wheels, no problems.

    They are made very well and the guy at renegade ready is very helpful.
     
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  4. gulfcritter

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    Thanks, I did look at the Renegade Ready spacers but all I see on their website is the 17mm & 20mm, I did not find the 25mm size. Which size did you install?

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  5. John Eldridge

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    I installed one inch spacers I think that's all they have. Very good quality call them and talk to Brian I think is his name. They come with extended lug bolts
     
  6. John Eldridge

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    When I bought them they were in sets of 4 now I see they are sets of two. But the ones I got are one inch I'm not sure if they are 17mm or 20 mm. Call and talk to Brian he's very helpful. I see they are made in Italy not in Asia.
     
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    Thanks, It looks like I will have to call next week, customer service is M-F.

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  8. John Eldridge

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    Ok great, I run steel wheels in the winter that have ni center caps but I found a great cap that will work if you have the same problem just ask I will give you the info.
     
  9. gulfcritter

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    No issues with snow down here along the South Texas coast, its like 80 today.

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  10. John Eldridge

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    Lucky you I'm in pa and got 6 inches of the white fluffy stuff on Thursday
     
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    I have a Sport with steel wheels. I've ordered the Daystar lift, was thinking about getting the Falkin Wildpeak 235/70R16 tires and was wondering if these are the spacers I should get? Any help spending my tax return wisely would be appreciated. :)

    Jeep Renegade 2015+1.25" Wheel Spacers https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CIMS6LW/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_Aav1ybD00Z3Y5

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    My take - I installed 1" spacers on my 2015 about a year ago. First off, I did not use the factory lug bolts to install the spacers. The factory lugs have a 22mm shank. Most sources say that the minimum thread engagement should be equal to the diameter of the bolt (12mm), which is 9-10 turns on a 12x1.25 pitch bolt. The factory bolt only gave me about 6-7 turns of engagement. So I purchased some 12x1.25 lug bolts that have a 28mm shank. The longer bolts give me the recommended minimum thread engagement I also ground down the heads of the bolts so they are flush with the surface of the spacer. My regular wheels have the voids in the casting so that the heads wouldn't interfere, but my steel wheel spare does not, hence the grind job. You can buy "short head" bolts, but I couldn't find any with a 28mm shank.

    Also, I did not use any Loc-tite. If they are properly torqued, it is not necessary, IMO. I've re-checked mine a couple of times and they are solid.
     
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    What about adapters to change it to 114.3??? Any cheaper options there? Preferring between 1.25 and 1.5"
     

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