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    Adjustable pan hard bar.

    Lowering car soon, i know i need an adjustable pan hard bar but do yall recommend double adjustable or the roto joint w/ or w/out. Any advice much appreciated.

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    i'd make sure to get one with a bushing on at least one side, on car adjustable is nice as well

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    ya i planned on it and was gonna get on car adjustable, all from strano. just wonderin if there was a reason for roto joint, thanks.

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    it is pretty overwhelming, i plan on buying just a regular adjustable panhard bar in the next few weeks from UMI

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    Honestly don't know much about those roto joints
    I'm a bit curious about those myself

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    i c i c, I planned on getting on-car adjustable with roto joint cuz its about middle priced compared to the others so i didnt want to go the cheapest but not the most expensive ya know

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    sometimes the most expensive isn't always the best

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    the roto joints are much nicer due to the fact that they quieter than rod ends.......and dont bind like poly ends......ya get what ya pays for........if you can afford it......i recommend em

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    Thanks a lot guys

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    for sure get the roto ends ....i love mine, i will eventually convert my qa1 rod ends on my LCAs to roto

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    alright sweet, will do. thanks again

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    I got a double adj rod ended one. No noise or problems yet.



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    i had some LCAs with rod ends.........drove me crazy with the noise

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    UMI sells a nice double adj set of lca's with panhards. love them and the price was good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsingle1 View Post
    the roto joints are much nicer due to the fact that they quieter than rod ends.......and dont bind like poly ends......ya get what ya pays for........if you can afford it......i recommend em
    +1
    UMI Poly/Roto-Joint.

    I'll be switching out the rod end to the roto-joint end that wasn't available when I bought my on car adj PHB.

    That's what's cool about these new roto-joints, if you have rod ends and dont like the noise you can buy the roto-joints seperately to replace the rod ends. They just thread in place of the rod end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanJM View Post
    UMI sells a nice double adj set of lca's with panhards. love them and the price was good.
    Quote Originally Posted by redracer1 View Post
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    UMI Poly/Roto-Joint.

    I'll be switching out the rod end to the roto-joint end that wasn't available when I bought my on car adj PHB.

    That's what's cool about these new roto-joints, if you have rod ends and dont like the noise you can buy the roto-joints seperately to replace the rod ends. They just thread in place of the rod end.

    Thanks guys for the great comments! And your business with UMI Performance we really appreciate it. Anytime you do lower a vehicle it is a must to have a adjustable pan hard bar to allow you to recenter the rear end under the vehicle due to it shifting when lowered. We offer a wide variety of adjustable pan hard bars it just depends on what your plans are for the vehicle. Below is a link to show you what all we have to offer.

    http://www.umiperformance.com/catalo...ff19rm3nfkd7g4

    If anyone has any questions feel free to ask and I will be more than glad to help.
    Thanks
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    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02sunsetorangeZ View Post
    Thanks again.
    No Problem! If you have any other questions feel free to ask and I will be more than glad to help.
    Thanks
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    What is the purpose of the panhard bar? What does it do?

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