View Full Version : Different Panhard Options
12-17-2005, 06:14 PM
hey guys, im running the kp canti and was thinking of doing some type of wish bone to be used before the axle instead of having the panhard? i would have to make the bar length the same as the link bars so that it doesnt bind? i also heard that you could weld up triangular bars from the link bar to the axle(bushing with tabs) to stop side motion. does anyone know anything about these ideas?
The second idea:
It might need some super pivots where the arrows are.
What do you guys think?
you cant run the wishbone and the 4-link, they will bind against each other.
i also heard that you could weld up triangular bars from the link bar to the axle(bushing with tabs) to stop side motion. does anyone know anything about these ideas?
That definately wont work. How would the bars pivot?
12-17-2005, 06:51 PM
yeah.. that would not work...
but.. if you want, i have a cool panhard that goes up and over the differential, is super long, and has hardly any lateral movement compared to others that will be up for sale next week
12-17-2005, 09:48 PM
watts link is the other thing u can run besides a pan hard bar
12-18-2005, 02:37 AM
Ive been thinking of the geometry and i think it could. Of course it would be on both sides and the tabs would all be aligned( make the tabs of the angular brace in align with that of the upper four link end). Then with super pivots on the front endlinks, it would give the axle and upper four link bar the ability to rotate.
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