OK, for a month or so now, I've been doing development work on a new IFS system that can be bought knocked flat and assembled by the end user (like Ikea, but not Swedish and not shitty). I'm getting close to building a prototype, and it occurred to me that I might ought to poll the consumer base and see what track width would be the most popular. Currently, I've got it at 60" hub face to hub face, same as the '36 I am building. I wanted a really wide stance, but maybe that's not what most folks want. The idea of this kit is to produce a front end with geometry far superior to that of the ubiquitous Mustang II, with bigger brakes, and less (or no) propensity for ripping the lower control arm off the crossmember under heavy braking loads. As it is now, we're talking about a front roll center 3" off the ground and a camber change curve that will keep the outside wheel upright through 5 degs of body roll. I'm pretty happy with the wheel control and the ease of assembly, I just want to make sure I'm not going to be offering something that is wider than what most folks are looking for. The kit could be narrowed fairly easily (split the crossmember down the middle and relocate the rack mounts), but doing so would lower the roll center and decrease the camber gain in bump, so I'd rather hit it right the first time (or maybe offer more than one width). I'm looking to offer it as a knocked flat crossmember kit with the control arms already assembled and jig welded. The customer could source the spindles and ream them on-site, or they could be supplied with the kit. I'd also offer them fully assembled as crossmember kits as well as fully welded front stub assemblies (firewall forward). Right now what I'd like to know is what width(s) you all would like to see. So, lay it on me. How wide (hub to hub and/or outside of tire to outside of tire) would you all like such a beast to be?