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Old 11-05-2006, 12:33 PM   #1
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If I am going for an aftermarket one, do I absolutely NEED an adjustable one? Or is anything better than the stock piece? Had my eyes on the UMI package with LCAs and PHB (both non-adjusting), I've heard of adjustable PHB being needed to sometimes recenter the car when doing 17x11 wheels (which I don't plan on doing... possibly ever). Thanks!

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I didn't even know there was a section just for handling... if a mod could move it I'd appreciate it, rather than just posting again in there. Thanks
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get an adjustable. it will hlp you out if you ever lwoer the car or anything of the sort
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will hlp you out if you ever lwoer the car or anything of the sort
Which I definitely do plan on doing... thanks for the advice!
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Hello,

Yes if you plan on lowering the vehicle then I highly recommend a adjustable panhard bar. It will help to recenter the rear end under the vehicle once it has been lowered, this prevents tire rubbing ect.

We are running a 10% off sale right now until the 17th of this month. So that will help some, if you have any questions please ask. Thanks!

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So now that adjustable PHB is resolved, what about LCAs? do they also need to be adjustable?

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So now that adjustable PHB is resolved, what about LCAs? do they also need to be adjustable?

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yes, if it can be bought as adjustable, buy them. it may come in handy later on or it may not but at least you know trhey can be adjusted if need be
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