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    Just looking at getting an adjustable panhard rod. Whiteline seem to be the cheapest I can find on the market. At about $120. Anyone running them? Good/bad comments or opinions?

    They are off car adjustable. But Im assuming you should only need to adjust these once and leave them?

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    yep youve got it

    got mine off ebay for $120 about 2yrs ago

    adjusted it 2yrs ago, bolted it on, and havent touched it since.

    ppl complain about the fact you cant adjust it on the car, but i dunno who needs to adjust it that often.....*awaits an oposing oppinion*

    the bushes at both ends seem to be pretty good, mine still look good after 2yrs.

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    ppl complain about the fact you cant adjust it on the car, but i dunno who needs to adjust it that often.....*awaits an oposing oppinion*
    same, set it once then that it unless u keep changing ur suspension
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    Im not so sure the rear of mine feels like it wants to leave the building, but Ive shitty shocks & springs etc,, would like to see when Ive decent suspensions.
    The arb is also whiteline,,, but at the end of the day a panhard is a panhard

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    im running one, there all good, no problems, oh and btw, i picked mine up new for under 90 bucks

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    I used to use one till I changed to rosejoint. Their good and work fine.

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    just don't smash into a wall with one. they go like banana ! I have one again. seems to do the job.

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    i also have one.

    it seems to be doing just fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJPS View Post
    i too used to persoanlly use and sell whiteline ones, never again.

    Chets car nearly came off jack stands trying to push the diff over!

    Or the wheel aligner throwing a spanner, cos he had to undo it and re do it 5 times!

    My rods have tried to be everything whiteline ones arent for the better....

    OEM black Vs Silver
    OEM sized bushes Vs Random
    90a duro bushes Vs 75-80a
    Straight Vs bent
    On car adjustable Vs On car
    Australian made Vs China

    Whitelines are listed at $130ea incl GST

    Mine at $175ea

    $45 is a small price to pay for all of the above in my opinion.
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    How low do you need to go before an adjustable panhard rod is required?

    Mine is currently 6.5cm lower than stock at the back. With a standard panhard rod and nolethane bushes throughout, the diff is still centred. The car used to be several cm lower, and even then I didn't notice any effect. What the?

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