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Old 05-24-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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rear axle moving?

I'm curious as to whether I did something wrong or if this is normal. I installed the Eibach pro kit lowering springs about a month or so as well as h&r spacers on the rear. It handles great and looks good and everything however... the rear axle sometimes moves from side to side a little bit. I noticed it when I turn into a parking space to park, sometimes one rear wheel will be sticking out and the other side has moved in. I read that with the mild drop, I wouldn't have to replace the panhard bar so I didn't. Could this be it or any other suggestions?
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:49 PM   #2
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Grab a panhard
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Old 05-30-2012, 10:42 AM   #3
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Grab a panhard
Any suggestion as to which? It looks like bmr is the most popular but most expensive
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I've got the J&M off AM. I bought it when it was on sale for $100. It's $115 now. Not too bad
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I ordered the BMR adjustable pan hard bar. It should arrive tomorrow hopefully. I read a couple reviews about the cheaper ones having to be replaced a few months after install. Did you install it yourself?
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I ordered the BMR adjustable pan hard bar. It should arrive tomorrow hopefully. I read a couple reviews about the cheaper ones having to be replaced a few months after install. Did you install it yourself?
Nope had it installed the same time the shop installed all my other suspension parts. No problems with it. And I saw the BMR, would've gotten that if it was on sale back when. The cheaper aluminum ones probably have to be replaced on cars being tracked often and pushed hard. They're more for street use. If your looking to do track days then grab a steel.
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1+ panhard bar will fix that
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