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#568223 - 22/03/19 07:51 PM Fitting a Panhard Rod
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Sorry I could not find the thread.

I have been working at fitting a Mulfab Panhard Rod. It clamps to the spring. Not easy. I now think a Panhard rod that is fitted to the U Bolt Plate would be easier. .
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#568224 - 22/03/19 07:55 PM Re: Fitting a Panhard Rod [Re: Button]
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#568267 - 22/03/19 10:34 PM Re: Fitting a Panhard Rod [Re: Button]
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Yes: This is what I should have done. I have a non MMC Diff and larger U bolts. One of the penalties for Non Original parts .
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#569377 - 29/03/19 02:23 AM Re: Fitting a Panhard Rod [Re: Button]
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OK: MulFab PanHard Rod now fitted. Nice sunny day to day so I completed the Job. Most of the problems were self inflicted. The reason I refer to My +8 Bitsa is it is infact a Bitsa. Mostly damaged Morgan Parts as well as a bit of Western U.S. Hot Rod knowledge. There is about an 1/8" space between the chassis and the U bolt plate on either side. Not much. But if the PanHard Rod does its job it will be enough. Hopefully a test on the weekend.
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