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Titan Wheel Accessories

3mm Wheel Spacers for Ford Mustang Ranger Explorer Edge | 5x114.3 (5x4.5) | 70.5 Hubcentric |

3mm Wheel Spacers for Ford Mustang Ranger Explorer Edge | 5x114.3 (5x4.5) | 70.5 Hubcentric |

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Space out your wheels for a more aggressive stance or increased suspension and brake clearance.

These Titan Wheel Accessories 3mm hubcentric wheel spacers are designed with a 5x4.5 (5x114.3) bolt pattern and 70.5mm hub bore for Ford Crown Victoria, Five Hundred, Mustang, Taurus, Edge, Explorer, Ranger, Lincoln Town Car and Mazda B Series. 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. 


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

- Hub Bore: 70.5

- Thickness: Each spacer measures 3mm thick


- Our spacers are machined from billet T6 6061 aluminum

- Black finish

Vehicle Fitment

These spacers will bolt up to the following vehicles:

1968-1970 Dodge Charger
1965-1969 Dodge Coronet
1952-1954 Ford Crestline
1992-2011 Ford Crown Victoria
2008-2010 Ford Edge Limited
2007-2010 Ford Edge SE
2007-2010 Ford Edge SEL
2009-2010 Ford Edge Sport
1991-2010 Ford Explorer
2020-2023 Ford Explorer
1955-1967 Ford Fairlane
1963-1965 Ford Falcon 5 Lug
1960-1974 Ford Galaxie
1952-1954 Ford Mainline
1969-1973 Ford Mustang
1994-2014 Ford Mustang
2015-2023 Ford Mustang
1964-1968 Ford Mustang 5 Lug
1991-2011 Ford Ranger
1958-1971 Ford Thunderbird
2003-2005 Lincoln Aviator
2020-2023 Lincoln Aviator
2007-2015 Lincoln MKX
1991-2012 Lincoln Town Car
1994-2009 Mazda B2300 / B3000 / B4000
1967-1973 Mercury Cougar
1992-2011 Mercury Grand Marquis
2003-2004 Mercury Marauder
1999-2010 Mercury Mountaineer
2008-2009 Mercury Sable
1968-1970 Plymouth GTX
1968-1970 Plymouth Road Runner
1968-1970 Plymouth Satellite
2005-2010 Saleen S281
2007-2009 Saleen S302

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

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Installation Information


- Installation needs to be performed by a trained professional

If your wheel studs or lug bolts are too short, there are a couple of options:

  • Vehicles with Lug Bolts: You can purchase longer extended lug bolts, which are available from multiple sources online. You can contact us for recommendations.
  • Vehicles with Studs and Lug Nuts: You can replace your factory wheel studs with extended aftermarket studs. These can be found online. Feel free to contact us for recommendations.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews

Awesome product, fits and looks great. 👍

Dominic Garcia

Needed them for the lincoln town car in the rear and they worked perfect. Thank you!!

Smitty Smith

Thanks Titan!!

Stock Jeep Wrangler TJ (2003) review

These are good quality. Expensive, but they will work good for my application.
- They do have "some" countersink on the holes
- They do have paint on the unit, so it will degrade slower
- They fit well, but I kind of wish they fit a but tighter to the lugs

I need these because I bought some 31" for the Jeep (2.5" EMU lift, with JKS Quicker disconnects), and because the new BFG AT KO2 tires were a bit wider, they grabbed the anti-sway bar / JKS combo, and ripped it downwards, thus trashing the bushings on the JKS, and creating a problem where my anti-sway bar was at a bad angle.

The solution, space out the wheels a short distance. I started with washers (bought from home depot), which were 1/8" inch thick, and used 20 of them on the front wheel to test out 2 things really:

a) Would the tires collide with the anti-sway bar / JKS any longer?
b) Would there be enough threads left on the stock lugs (attached to hub) on the wheels to allow the lug nuts to go on enough revolutions to secure the wheel to the hub any longer.

The answer to both, was Yes. It spaced out the BFG AT KO2's enough, where even with a large amount of articulation (I tested this), that it would no longer grab the bars and damage them.

Conclusion 1: The lugs on the stock rear, Jeep Rubicon Model 44 Dana axle from factory on FRONT, are not the same legnth as the REAR. Both have disc brakes on them. The Rear Lug bolts are SHORTER. However, it is important to know the following, if you are not going to go out and buy new lug bolts for your hubs on Front and Rear:

After installing the new 1/4" Titan wheel spacers on both the front and rear:

1) The Front wheel lug nuts will go a full 8.5 revolutions, on to the lugs (hub).
2) The Rear wheel lug nuts will go on a full 5.5 revolutions, on to the lugs.

So, the fronts are fine. The rears, are iffy. I checked again after a week and all lugs are secure and tight. I put a calendar reminder again to check them in 1 month and so forth. Having a wheel fall off is no joke. The vehicle kind of needs the wheels to be on.

NOTE: Each of the 4 hubs (from factory), has two (2) threaded, locking metal washers attached to each hub, which will hold the Rotor to the Hub. Know this!

These little locking washers will add additional space to the end of the Rotor, and prevent you from completely attaching these Titan Wheel spacers to the surface of the rotor. In other words, I had to remove these 2 little guys from all 4 wheels.

The purpose is obvious, why the factory did this. However, I wanted to remove these so that I could get the maximum amount of Lug Nut threads to engage with each of the lug nuts on the Hub. Know this. It is your call.

5.5 revolutions on the Rear hubs has me a bit worried.

My advice is to never go more than 1/4" spacers on a stock setup (Jeep Wrangler). If you do, then take the Jeep to the shop, have them remove all of the factory Lug bolts from the Hubs, and replace them with longer ones.

That said, I like these spacers on the Jeep. And am keeping them on, unless I see evidence that the lug nuts are loosening, or the wheels are working themselves away from the Hub/Rotors .

NOTE: If you have a Jeep, and are worried (still ) about your tires colliding with other components (read: frame, sway bars, wheel wells, etc), then know that you have some BUMP STOPS, which are located on the inside of the Steering Knuckle, which have adjustable BOLTS on them, that can be shimmed outwards using WASHERS, so that when a full stop to stop turn to the left or right is performed, that it will stop the tire before it collides with those components. Know however that the trade off, is that you will lower your turning radius. I didn't want to lower my turning radius on the Jeep, so I went with these Titan Wheel spacers to solve my problem.

That is all.

Matt Heater

Amazing product