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    Adjustable Panhard Bar

    Im lowering my car and need to get an adjustable panhard bar. Its a daily driver so I dont need it to start squeaking or anything like that. What kind is everybody using? Any suggestions would be great

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    i would get a umi on car adjustable panhard bar, so you dont have to take it off the car to adjust everytime, and get the ones with poly bushings on both ends of the bar, since its a daily driver i dont think you really NEED the end's with roto joints. i hear the roto joint ends are a harsher ride since theres no bushings...thats just my 2 cents

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    Adjustable with poly bushings x2. Stay away from rod-ended ones...too much clunking for a DD.
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    UMI makes great stuff. Unless you road race the car, I'd stick to the greasable poly bushings.

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    Thanks guys, so roto ends ride to rough? I thought they were supposed to be better?

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    Hello,

    For a daily driver polyurethane bushings would be best, they are low maintenance, last a long time and quiet when properly greased.

    Our item #2029 is what I would recommend, it can be seen here- www.umiperformance.com/2029

    If you have any questions please ask. Merry Christmas!
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