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Prior to 1999, the Ford Powerstroke trucks had a rear axle width that is 4 inches narrower than the front wheel track. Corretrack Inc. makes spaces to fit on the back to allow the rear wheels to be set out and track in the same groove as the front tires. Anyone had any experience with these spacers good or bad.


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2002 Dmax front track is 3&3/4" wider then rear. Oregon allows studded tires from 1 November through 31 March. This results in very pesky and permanent ruts in the road bed. Most noticable on inter-state and when towing. Correct Track now only makes the 2" spacer in the eight lug pattern. Have been running them for about 10k miles with excellent results. Rear end not searching for which rut to follow. Can't say I notice greater stability but likely is.
 
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