The track width problems associated with the current model workhorse range of Toyota LandCruisers is well documented. Some people fix this by installing wheel spacers; others run wider offset rims on the rear. Neither of these solutions is ideal in the real world though, which is why it’s refreshing to come across these solutions from Multidrive, which claim to fix the problem once and for all.
The first option is a weld in unit, which replaces the narrow axle tubes for ones with a bit more stance, quite a drastic measure I’m sure you will agree. The second option is a bolt-in affair that involves cutting off the standard stub axle, and bolting on an extended version that spaces the wheel away from the vehicle, matching the rear axle track to the front. These kits are both very well appointed, with nearly all the specialist tools you will need being provided, but they definitely come at a cost. Alternatively, you can have Multidrive install the kit for you.For more informationWatch the video