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Old 02-20-2016, 10:58 AM   #1
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Hey folks, Going to be putting a panhard bar on our 2014 V6. What bars do you like?
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I thought the 2014-2014 cars came with PHBs, or was it only the V6 Performance Pack cars?

An adjustable PHB is the best way to go. I have a BMR one on my car and have been happy with it.
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I thought the 2014-2014 cars came with PHBs, or was it only the V6 Performance Pack cars?

An adjustable PHB is the best way to go. I have a BMR one on my car and have been happy with it.

Yes, that's what i'm asking, is about the adjustable type. I see some non-adjustable offered that claim to center the axle under the car, but my thought is that with the adjustable type you will be able to center it more accurately. I've read where some people are complaining that the lock nuts on the adjustment point wont stay tight. Looking for some experience here. My thought is a simple J&M adjustable steel rod and plenty of lock tight should be fine.
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BMR adjustable bar here too.
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I had the jam nuts loosen a bit on mine, but just cranked then down tighter after putting blue LocTite on them...no problems for the last two years.
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I have an adjustable sr pan hard bar and no issues. Been on since November when I lowered it. I also used the blue loctite when I tightened it down.
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