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    I Have A Camaro Z28 5.7 And I Dont Intend To Lower The Car .
    Should I Still Get The Adjustable Panhard Bar?
    And What Its The Diference Vs Stock One?
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    Well, any aftermarket panhard bar would be better than stock. The stock one is just a stamped piece of steel. Aftermarket ones are solid. AND, if you EVER plan on lowering it later...the adjustable one will allow you to re-center the rear wheels.






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    So Wich One Would Be Better For No Lowered Car Adjustable Or No Adjustable? Like I Said No Lowering Plans. The Money Its No A Problem There Its No Such A Diference In Price

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    Well, if you never plan on lowering the car, AND after careful inspection the car's rear end currently is square with the body, then I would go with a non-adjustable bar. Again, any aftermarket bar is better than the stock crapper.

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    I suggest a single adjustable bar. Even if you do not plan to lower the car, it will help to fit larger tires if you ever go that route. Also the rear end is not 100% square from the factory. Any panhard bar is an upgrade over stock with these cars.

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    go with the adjustable. even from the factory, the rears are not centered.

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    I am told rod ends atleast in the long run. I was talking w/ the guy from Strano, and he said if the bushing goes bad you cant really just get a new bushing for it you need to replace the PHB. But if the rod end goes bad, you can change it out quite easily. Id say just spend the extra money and get the one w/ double rod-ends.
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    You can put new bushings in one.

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