I often get asked questions about the track width change with our various IFS suspension lifts.  This would only include the lifts that use the replacement steering knuckles.  A common misconception is to measure the CV spacer to determine the track width change that a lift creates, but this method is not always accurate.  There are other factors like knuckle thickness and control arm angle change that are considered.  Also, not all suspension companies reproduce OE CV shaft engagement.  To make it easy I have included a list of our kits and the associated track width change.  Keep in mind that the overall difference in stance is