As we all know, Mazda wheel spacers are a great way to add to the appeal of your Mazda. They not only add appeal but they fix clearance and add correction for a set of wheels that may not fit your car. They also increase the handling of your vehicle. Our Mazda/Mitsubishi wheel spacers are the perfect solution for our Mazda/Mitsubishi enthusiasts! Each Mazda wheel spacer fits the following models: Mazda: FD RX7, RX8, MX5 Miata, Mazdaspeed 3, + More. Mitsubishi: Eclipse, Lancer, EVO 8/9/10, Outlander, 3000GT VR4 + More. Specs: CNC 6061-T6 light weight high grade aluminum (5×114.3, Hub Bore 67, 15mm Spacer) | Hardware: M12*1.5, Grade 10.9.
ISC 15mm Wheel Spacer for Mazda/Mitsubishi Vehicles
The ISC wheel spacers are now available for Mazda and Mitsubishi applications! These hub centric wheel spacers provide a perfect fit for your specific vehicle, no hub rings are required. Sold in pairs these ISC wheel spacers are a perfect solution for those who want to run a direct fit spacer application on their car. Backed by ISC’s quality standards/specs (view below) and unbeatable warranty, this is a product that is sure to impress.
Included are 2x Precision-CNC-machined billet spacers, 10x special low-profile high quality lug nuts, and integrated wheel studs. The spacers are hub-centric for both the car and wheels; offered in an anodized ISC Black finish. ISC Logo is engraved on spacer as well as all fitment specs.
Materials Used + Specs:
CNC 6061-T6 light weight high grade aluminum (5x114.3, Hub Bore 67, 15mm Spacer)
Hardware: M12*1.5, Grade 10.9
Sold in Pairs of 2
Mazda: FD RX7, RX8, MX5 Miata, Mazdaspeed 3, + More
Mitsubishi: Eclipse, Lancer, EVO 8/9/10, Outlander, 3000GT VR4 + More
*** Please Note*** 15mm spacers are only 15mm wide, the factory studs will most likely stick out beyond the spacer. That means the wheels you are bolting on MUST have pockets in back for the studs to poke into or modifications will need to be made to the studs. Make sure to check your wheels for clearance before you order these. Most wheels DO have pockets on the back side, so it is usually fine. You can also modify a wheel to have pockets, do some research on this and see if it’s right for you.