You don’t have to be a seasoned off-roader to realize that a larger wheel and tire combo has plenty of advantages on rugged terrain. Problem is, what that larger rubber does for ground clearance, often works against you in your rig’s wheel well.

Enter Spidertrax and its Off-Road Wheel Spacers.

Spidertrax burst onto the scene decades ago when it introduced the industry’s first wheel- and hub-centric spacers and wheel adapters. Its wheel spacers allow you to move the tire out and away from your vehicle’s frame, so you can run larger tires without fear of them rubbing on critical chassis and suspension parts when you’re rumbling down a rough trail.

In other words, Spidertrax Off-Road Wheel Spacers can be a smart alterative to the hassle and expense(!!) of swapping in new axles to accommodate larger tires.

Spidertrax gives you a pair of wheel adapters, wheel studs, lug nuts, and some thread locker with each kit. (Image/Spidertrax)

Spidertrax makes these wheel spacers right in the U.S.A. in its Colorado shop, and each spacer is made from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for both durability and critical weight savings. You’ll also notice the spacers come in the signature Spidertrax blue anodized finish—a familiar sight on the trail and at top-tier off-roading events.

Spidertrax Off-Road Wheel Spacers come in several thicknesses and lug bolt configurations, including these common lug patterns:

And if you want to run a different lug nut configuration, Spidertrax has a lineup of popular off-road wheel adapters that can help you make the switch without an axle (or wheel) swap.