Need about a 1/2" more room to clear that big tire in the front? These 12mm thick hub-centric BMW wheel spacers should do the trick. These are CNC machined from 6082 billet Aluminum then hard anodized for corrosion protection. This model has 2 sets of 5x120 mm lug nut holes for weight savings and ease of installation. Made for the BMW 5x120mm bolt circle and 72.5mm "small BMW" hubs for a perfect hub-centric fit on BMW E30 (5-lug), E36, E46, and E90 3 series and E82 1 series BMWs (5 series and 7 series have a larger hub). Sold as a pair.
Comparable to any top brand of wheel spacers, these are built to Vorshlag's specifications in Europe by a fully ISO9001 compliant manufacturing facility with industry leading quality procedures, materials traceability, etc. These are the highest quality spacers for a BMW that money can buy.
Note: This 12mm model was added to replace an old 10mm thick model entry (which we dropped in 2009), as this 12mm design does not have the stock hub length/chamfer limitations with SSR and Kosei wheels that all 10mm BMW hub-centric spacers have. As with any wheel spacer PLEASE CHECK FITMENT WITH ANY NEW SPACER AND WHEEL COMBINATION OFF THE CAR TO MAKE SURE THERE IS NO INTERFERENCE. The spacer should fit flush over the factory hub, and should also fit squarely inside the wheel's inner face. If there is any "rocking" stop - something is NOT right.
Don't forget wheel studs - Any time you run a wheel spacer you MUST install longer wheel bolts or wheel studs. We're not huge fans of wheel bolts, as they can be tricky to size and its impossible to see full wheel bolt engagement into the hub, unlike an open lug nut which will have a stud protruding through it. Most track and racing organizations agree and some ban wheel bolts altogether. For a 12mm spacer to have proper lug nut engagement you need at least a 75 mm long wheel stud but our 90mm stud works as well. These are available from Vorshlag in this same section.