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Old 09-09-2014, 03:00 PM   #1
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Need adjustable panhard bar

Let me know if you guys have one. New or in excellent condition.

Price shipped to 98230

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With the AM discount you can get the J&M for around 100.00.
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Is there a difference between panhard bar and rod? Or same thing different name?

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Is there a difference between panhard bar and rod? Or same thing different name?

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Not sure. Just get the panhard bar.
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Is there a difference between panhard bar and rod? Or same thing different name?

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No difference. Just semantics. Just make sure it's for your year car and you don't accidentally buy the support beam instead of the bar.

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No difference. Just semantics. Just make sure it's for your year car and you don't accidentally buy the support beam instead of the bar.

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Thanks, I will keep that in mind. There are few others available - non adjustable ends with a screw in middle; one red poly bushing with a silver looking nut on the other end and such. Do they all do the same job?

I called AM and was told to go with BMR non adjustable bar if my car is going to be street driven. Which didnt make too much sense to me, since that what the stock guy is?

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I went with adjustable and ended up needing to adjust it so I'm glad I did. The stock one is non adjustable. If you're not lowered it's no big deal, but if you're lowered that throws off the geometry and it's just best to get the adjustable.



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I went with adjustable and ended up needing to adjust it so I'm glad I did. The stock one is non adjustable. If you're not lowered it's no big deal, but if you're lowered that throws off the geometry and it's just best to get the adjustable.



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That's what I was saying to AM rep over the phone, but for some reason he was having Louis moment lol. Well adjustable panhard bar it is.

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