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Old 12-19-2004, 08:54 PM   #1
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Question Will a MM Rear Swaybar work in junction with the MM Panhard bar?

Will this MM Panhard bar work in junction with this MM Rear Swaybar? Sorry, but I'm indefinitely new to this stuff. I'm used to leaf springs and slappers.
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Looks like some serious suspension mods in store if you plan on all of that. You may want to look at some upper and lower control arm sets in lieu of that panhard bar, unless you are putting out some real serious power, good control arms would probably do you as much or more good.
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good control arms and panhard bar make a mustang handle like a totally different car.
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you must have an oem rear sway bar to use the mm rear sway bar. Im sure they will clear being designed from the same location. Just call em up they are really helpful.
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There might be some conflitting issues with both the MM panhard bar and sway bar. You know can just put a stock one the rear if you want. Call Maximum and find out whether it is okay to run both together.

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My feeling with adjustable stuff, (shocks, sway bars, whatever) is who actually adjusts them much once its on the car, just find something that suits your driving style and go with it, cheaper and you don't have to worry about extra parts to fall apart. I had adjustable front shocks on my 64 1/2 years ago, I never changed the adjustment one time once they were installed that I recall. Just a waste of money.
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My feeling with adjustable stuff, (shocks, sway bars, whatever) is who actually adjusts them much once its on the car, just find something that suits your driving style and go with it, cheaper and you don't have to worry about extra parts to fall apart. I had adjustable front shocks on my 64 1/2 years ago, I never changed the adjustment one time once they were installed that I recall. Just a waste of money.
people really only adjust them when they go to the track, i would say if you gonna spend assloads of money on dampeners just get blistins
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yea most just adjsut em and leave them be
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