The lateral stability on the front of these vehicles is controlled by the panhard rod which links the front axle and the chassis, typically mounted in parallel with the steering drag link connecting the steering box support bracket to the front axle. When a vehicle has undergone a suspension lift it pushes the axle away from the chassis. Due to the fixed length of the panhard rod the axle is pulled off center towardhe driver’s side. Fitting an adjustable panhard rod allows the axle to be adjusted back to its original central position In line with the rear axle.
We have two types of rose jointed panhard rod available, facelift and prefacelift.
- Fitted with heavy duty M20 PTFE lined rose joint complete with sealing boot.
- To suit up to +5 inch of lift.
- Heavy duty construction.
- MIG Welded.
- Shot blasted and powder coated.
- Can be used with standard or polyurethane bushes.
- Fits right hand drive cars only.