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Old 27 Sep 2008, 04:09 pm
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Question 07 Civic EX Tracking Specification ??

The owners manual (pg 282) specifies Front track of 59.0 in. (1499mm) and Rear trck of 60.2 in. (1528mm). I suspect the Front track should read 59.8 in. (1519mm) because I am finding there is only 5mm on each side between front and rear track which is 10 mm total.
Does anyone know what part of the wheel assembly is used as a reference to measure the track?
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Old 28 Sep 2008, 08:39 pm
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Default Re: 07 Civic EX Tracking Specification ??

I have since learned that the track specification includes the Camber of the rear tires which accounts for the missing 19 mm. I was working with the hub to hub dimensions to determine the rear wheel TOE IN.
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