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Old 07-17-2009, 07:54 AM   #1
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track width question

I'm considering putting a tacoma elocker axle housing in the back of my 86 4runner. My question is will making the rear track width 1" wider than the front track width have any major impact on how it handles?

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i cant remember what it does..but YES it does do something negative..

just get a set of 1/2in. wheel spacers for the front.. (1/2in. on each side adds 1" track width)
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