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Chris King - Webmaster

I think it might be in the faq section. 
 

I think it’s 50mm more than std - but you have an SDV which is not “std”

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Gary Taylor - Scotland AO

If you measure your front wishbone from bush Center line to upright ball joint then compare that to the Westfield wide track wishbone measured the same way ( can get that in a few minutes) you’ll know if it’s worth it.

Edit Westfield wide track wishbone 385 mm from bush cl to upright ball joint

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Chris King - Webmaster
1 minute ago, Gary Taylor - Scotland AO said:

If you measure your front wishbone from bush Center line to upright ball joint then compare that to the Westfield wide track wishbone measured the same way ( can get that in a few minutes) you’ll know if it’s worth it.

 

Steve has Sierra SDV setup - so it's different...

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Gary Taylor - Scotland AO
2 minutes ago, Chris King - Webmaster said:

Steve has Sierra SDV setup - so it's different...

Yep that’s why if he measures his and compares to a wide track one he’ll find the difference

the Mazda sdv ones are different again

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Chris King - Webmaster

On the Sierra SDV the top wishbone is the same as the std track, but the bottom is (from memory) 30mm wider.

 

I think WF widetrack is 50mm wider top and bottom compared to std.

 

Can't recall though if this is each side or in total!

 

But I do know that going from Sierra SDV to WF widetrack gives you more steering lock and is easier to set up the camber 😁

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