April 23, 2010, Newsletter Issue #175: Keeping the Wheels Straight

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A track bar is a bar that runs between the rear wheels on a racecar and helps keep the rear tires centered under the car. It connects the rear axle on one side and the frame on the other. These are sometimes referred to as ‘panhard’ bars. If a crew can't correct a loose or tight condition using wedge, then they will adjust the track bar.

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