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This is a discussion on This aint right within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; My right wheel is in too far under my car (about 1.5" off) I cant figure out why. I looked ...

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    This aint right

    My right wheel is in too far under my car (about 1.5" off) I cant figure out why. I looked underneath with my friend (he has a T/A) and we didnt see anything wrong. It doesnt look like any after market parts are underneath besides the Borla. My friend said alot of F-Bodies do this. Mine is the only one Ive seen.
    Does anyone know why my right wheel is like this? I would aprecialte the help. Thanks.

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    This is my right wheel. See how its too far under the fender?
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    This is the left wheel. It looks normal.
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    Is your car lowered? If it is you need an adjustable panhard bar to fix that problem.

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    No everything is stock

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    thats the way mine looked when i smashed my rear end into a curb and totally fucked my stock panhard bar

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    PAN HARD ROD, get an aftermarket one

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    really? you think the guy b4 me fucked up the panhard bar? How much does one cost? And what would you recomend?

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    BMR and probably 100-120. Is anything rubbing under your car?

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    No nothing is rubbing that I know of
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    You can buy a stock panhard bar and will be the cheapest replacement. And actually, the factory panhard bar is ridged enough for street driving. Thats what I have on my car and my rear end stays lined up absolutely fine. And I bet any of these guys is willing to sell you their stock one for cheap. People are always buying things for their cars that have minimal effects or gains. And if your car has not been lowered, then I'd just keep the factory quality panhard. Hell my car has been lowered and the factory panhard still works fine and my rear end is not misaligned. but one thing you might consider... In your case there is a reason why your rear end is so far off. You need to find out why. If the panhard on your car now is bent, then a simple replacement will fix it. But if its straight then something is out of whack somewhere so then you might consider buying an adjustible panhard. That would be the most safest way to fix your problem. You just have to crawl up underneath it and see if something is bent. Your whole rear end needs to shift to the right.

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    But if it needs to "shift" to the right then wouldnt that make my left side look short? The left side is how it is supposed to look right? Or is that too long?

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    Lol sporting the fuzions huh. Seems like it needs too shift towards the pass. side. Your driver side is sticking out too far. Like said above phr. and also make sure everything looks good under the vehicle. Is your Ds lined up right?
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    i have a stock one you can HAVE if you drive up and get it, lol

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    Factory stock panhard bars are in the "clearance" section on the SLP website for $5.00 each plus shipping and handling!!!

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    thanks for the help

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