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When it comes to a Panhard Bar & LCAs....

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    When it comes to a Panhard Bar & LCAs....

    when should you go with double adjustable over single adjustable?

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    come on anyone???

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    double adjustable keeps you from having to remove the adjustable end to make the adjustment.

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    so that means you can do it on car...?

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    yes

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    cool thanks for clearing that up. do they ever come loose or need to be re-adjusted?

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    yes and yes. when they aren't tightened properly. they can come loose. periodic adjustment is like an alignment. you may or may may not need to make adjustments, but checking it every 6 months, or 6,000 miles is a good thing to do.

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    so that PHRs and LCAs that are bushing on one side and adj rods on the other side - you have to take those off of the car to adjust them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StylesMcKnob View Post
    so that PHRs and LCAs that are bushing on one side and adj rods on the other side - you have to take those off of the car to adjust them?
    umi makes a double adjustable phr with one rod and one bushing.

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    yes you must remove one end to make adjustments, but they are much more reliable and stronger as well as long as they are made properly

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    Thumbs up

    by the way are you a contractor or marine? either way thanks for supporting our country!

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