After balancing all wheels, mounted rods and spacers.
Johnson rods are great. Spacers give vehicle the right stance. now the ugly..
Terraferma Spacers fit concentric to the wheel, tight and no slack. Torqued to 100ft\lb and after 70miles all where still there.
The wheels do not fit perfectly over the spacers. The hub seems just a little smaller than wheel center.
Already had to reseat wheels to prevent wobbling at 60-70.
Getting the right is a PITA...
Worse of all it’s hard to tell which may be off...
Can’t believe a 300$ set of spacers didn’t have this sorted out.
After a week driving, I cleaned everything, remounted by slowly torquing bolts while turning wheels, took 30 min, but very slight vibration at over 80.
What is the diameter of the spacer lip OD and the rim concentric contact area ID?
The clearance amount if proper should be just enough to mount the rim and not a sloppy fit or one with a lot of clearance.
You shouldhave zero vibration issues at any speeds as well able to repeat having perfect balance removing and remounting wheels be it back on the same hubs or by rotating wheels.
Not able to repeat a perfect balance everytime tells me there is big gap between the spacer lip and contact with the rim not maintaing concentric alignment. Total garbage unless this is "good enough" people's standards?
Sorry not picking on you its your $300 money spent with spacers causing out of balance issues that others have complained about.
Translating metric to standard measurement specs during manufacture in some in the bush foreign country making these spacers or what?
Made in China comes to mind like most automotive replacement parts these days that do not fit properly.