Speedway Universal Weld-On Rear Panhard Bar Track Rod Kit
Use on almost any street rod. Required for coil spring and coil-over rear suspensions. Complete kit includes rod, brackets and 5/8" hardware. Ready to install. 25.5" long eye to eye utilizing 22.5" tube length.
- Universal design
- Panhard bar limits rear axle side to side movement
- Fits into nearly any rear suspension system/build
- 22.5" tube length with heavy-duty 5/8" hardware
- 25.5" length
- 5/8" hardware
- Long panhard bar bracket is 5-1/4" overall length with 4-5/8" center of bolt hole to bottom of bracket
- Short panhard bar bracket is 2-9/16" overall length with 2" center of bolt hole to bottom of bracket
916-49022 Instructions (PDF)
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