I always like for back to be a Lil wider. Figd it'd be better in mud, and climbing out the creeks and such the narrow front should cut into the bank some and climb still leaving meat for the back to grab., that's my theory anyway. Narrow is easy to turn and less leverage in front means less stress on anxles, cv joints, etc. but not too narrow, it does help float
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