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Newbie question, how does one adjust the panhard bar or is this left up to the alignment shop?
It's just done with a turn of the wrench until your driver side rear tire is where you want it to be. I adjusted mine in about 5-10 minutes, using my bare eye to line it up. It's mostly for looks.


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Newbie question, how does one adjust the panhard bar or is this left up to the alignment shop?
You can jack up the rear on the axle housing so the rear suspension is loaded. I recommend the plumb bob technique and measure the distance from the string to the tire.



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Torn between the BMR panhard bar with grease fittings. Or the Whitline panhard bar without grease fittings. Any advice or experience with either?
There's hardly any technology in Panhard bars, you really are looking at price point, features, and customer service/support.

most bars you're looking at should be Chromoly and the differences are either they are on-car adjustable, and how it performs that function, through turn buckle design or adjustable ends.... certain designs have strengths and weaknesses. Research!

One important feature of the Whiteline panhard bar is we use an oversized non-bonded crush tube to eliminate bushing wind and snap back. The Synthetic Elastomer bushings feature a lifetime warranty and zero maintenance. Grease them once (with supplied grease) and never touch them ever again.
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Just to add confusion the steel adjustable J&M is chromoly too. I'm very pleased with mine.
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