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Old 10-02-2011, 10:25 AM   #1
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Adjustable panhard bar

Have the BMR adjustable panhard bar and I was curious if I have to raise the rear off the ground to adjust?? I have the drive up ramps which are really easy to use, that's how I did my axlebacks... If so what size wrenches can I use??
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Jack the back off the ground. Then adjust it. If remember right it is 5/8 bolts. Its been while since i did mine. But once adjust sit down and measure each side make sure even. If not then jack back up and adjust again. While it is up you will be able to measure and get it close. Once sit down you will know better cause the suspension will settle. Also Take the car for a around the block to make sure the suspension is settled and perfect. Make your last measurements to make sure even on each side.
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Jack the back off the ground. Then adjust it. If remember right it is 5/8 bolts. Its been while since i did mine. But once adjust sit down and measure each side make sure even. If not then jack back up and adjust again. While it is up you will be able to measure and get it close. Once sit down you will know better cause the suspension will settle. Also Take the car for a around the block to make sure the suspension is settled and perfect. Make your last measurements to make sure even on each side.
Ok, so the weight of the vehicle on ramps wouldn't work? Wheels have to be off the ground?
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Ok, so the weight of the vehicle on ramps wouldn't work? Wheels have to be off the ground?
Yes that way it lets it adjust freely. No weight on it. Will be easier to turn etc.
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Thanks I finally adjusted it, now I'm wondering what's the right way and what to use to grease the ends
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Thanks I finally adjusted it, now I'm wondering what's the right way and what to use to grease the ends
What mean right way? And go to local parts store. They should carry the grease you need.
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What mean right way? And go to local parts store. They should carry the grease you need.
I meant I need to get a grease gun right? I haven't delt with a car with grease fittings since I worked for jiffy lube 12 years ago lol... Do they sell small grease guns in auto parts stores, what type of grease should I get?
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I meant I need to get a grease gun right? I haven't delt with a car with grease fittings since I worked for jiffy lube 12 years ago lol... Do they sell small grease guns in auto parts stores, what type of grease should I get?
Yes a grease gun. They should sell at them.

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