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1" (25mm) Wheel Spacers for Nissan Frontier Pathfinder Xterra | 6x4.5 | 66.1 Hubcentric |12x1.25 Studs |

1" (25mm) Wheel Spacers for Nissan Frontier Pathfinder Xterra | 6x4.5 | 66.1 Hubcentric |12x1.25 Studs |

Regular price $86.95 USD
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Space out your wheels for a more aggressive stance or increased suspension and brake clearance.

These Titan Wheel Accessories 1 Inch hubcentric wheel spacers are designed with a 6x114.3 (6x4.5) bolt pattern, 66.1mm hub bore and 12x1.25 thread pitch for Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder and Xterra. They are machined from T6 6061 billet aluminum, making them both lightweight and durable. These spacers will improve the stance of your vehicle, providing a more aggressive look while also adding additional clearance for aftermarket brake and suspension parts. They also allow for larger wheel and tire combinations to be installed, giving you more options for customization. These spacers are easy to install and come with all necessary hardware.

Specifications

- Vehicle Bolt Pattern: 6x4.5 (6x114.3)

- Wheel Bolt Pattern: 6x4.5 (6x114.3)

- Hub Bore: 66.1

- Thread Pitch: 12x1.25

- Thickness: Each spacer measures 1 Inch (25mm) thick

Materials

- Our spacers are machined from billet T6 6061 aluminum

- Black finish

Vehicle Fitment

These spacers will bolt up to the following vehicles:

2005-2023 Nissan Frontier
2005-2012 Nissan Pathfinder LE
2007-2012 Nissan Pathfinder S
2005-2008 Nissan Pathfinder SE
2011-2012 Nissan Pathfinder SV
2005-2006 Nissan Pathfinder XE
2005-2015 Nissan XTerra
2009-2013 Suzuki Equator

Vehicle fitment information applies only to the vehicle's hub.

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Installation Information

- Please ensure that the your vehicle has the same studs as the adapters, otherwise additional lug nuts WILL BE required

- Make sure that all lug nuts get a full 6-8 turns when tightening. Failure to do so, can result in damage to your vehicle.

- Installation needs to be performed by a trained professional

It's Possible that your OEM Studs are longer than the spacer is thick, if so you have a few options:

- Your lugs studs will need to be shortened by grinding them down or you can replace your OEM lug studs with shorter studs.

- If your wheels have sufficient sized and placed pockets machined in the backside, between the mounting holes, then you should not need to modify your factory wheel studs.

- Always ensure that there is no gap between the spacer and the back of the wheels.

Complete Installation Instructions

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  • Questions?

    Feel free to reach out to us with any questions. Our staff is highly trained and happy to help you find the correct product for your vehicle. You can email us at info@titanwheelaccessories.com

Customer Reviews

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Mikhail Aleksandrov
Good purchase

Good quality and affordable

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Greg Love
Thumbs up

Got the spacers put on Thursday. Saturday and Sunday put approximately 160 miles each day on them over some of the roughest, nastiest oil field roads in the state. Held up well, stayed on and the wider stance added an increased level of stability through the uneven terrain.
Love'em.

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Seth Watson

1.5" Titan Wheel Spacers for Nissan Frontier Pathfinder Xterra | 6x4.5 | 66.1 Hubcentric | 12x1.25 Studs |

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Joe Steel
👍🏼👍🏼

So far so great. These gave the truck (2023 Nissan frontier pro 4x) the exact stance I was looking for. Combined with the Nismo leveling kit, its just mildly enough for it to be different from stock, in a good way in my opinion.

Installation: I did have to grind the original studs just a bit to fit below the surface of the spacer. When I say just a bit, I mean maybe a little more than 1/16th. If you’re using the 1.5” spacer, I’d imagine this wouldn’t be a problem whatsoever and no grinding would be necessary. I used a small tab of red thread lock on every stud holding the spacer. Torqued everything to 98 ft/lbs. Checked everything 1 week/ approx 150 miles later. Then checked again in 4 weeks/ approx 700 miles later. Everything is still tight and functioning perfectly

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Tony Shelton

Everything went great. Love the look.