I’m gearing up for a leaner sidecar build; the rig will be paired to a relatively low and short wheel base Suzuki S40/LS650. The car has some dimension constraints based on the standing height of my dog riding face-forward- with the wind shield at the car nose; this constrains car-side lean over to around 25 degrees, with a lean-out width of around 74.5”- very near the EU width limit. Track width is 49”, with an 8.8” car wheel lead, on a cycle wheel base of 58.75”. So, a few practical questions for those of you piloting leaners- Is a 25 degree max-lean sufficient? What are the handling implications of the 49” track width? 6’3” in a turn is pretty wide, not leaving much line deviation or adjustment; considering such, wouldn’t one tend to avoid heavy leaning altogether, reserving that capacity as response to the unanticipated? Thanks for your reflection.