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The axle track in automobiles and other wheeled vehicles which have two or more wheels on an axle, is the distance between the centerline of two roadwheels on the same axle. In a case of the axle with dual wheels, the centerline in the middle of the dual wheel is used for the axle track specification.
In a vehicle with two axles, this is expressed as "front track" and "rear track".
However, the front wheels and/or rear wheels on either side of a vehicle do not necessarily have to be mounted on the same axle for the distance that they are apart to be called the "track".
- Brauer, K.: "All Lined Up Retrieved on 2009-06-04.
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