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Published 28th August 2013 by

Fitting Terrafirma Wheel Spacers to my Defender to give it an additional 60mm track, which should improve handling, cornering and stability as well as increasing steering lock.

The Terrafirma wheel spacers are easy to install, simply bolt them to the original studs and the wheel bolts to the new studs on the spacer. They have definitely improved steering, handling, stability and they also look good as well. By adjusting the lock stop nuts the steering lock has also significantly improved.

Terrafirma Wheel Spacers are milled from a solid aluminium billet and feature a spigot ring to help centre the wheel when fitting. They may be expensive, but they are worth it.

One thought on “Fitting Terrafirma Wheel Spacers
  • 16th December 2019 at 10:00 pm

    Tim, thanks for the info. Do you know if the studs on the spacers are any longer
    then the factory studs? I am trying to add aftermarket wheels and the factory
    studs a just a bit too short. It looks like the spacer studs are the same length or longer?



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