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Would the Challenger PB/PC adjustable panhard rod fit the PS???

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1-PCS-Re...-/322711759827

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The link you posted says it will up to 2015.

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Why would you want to fir an adjustable panard rod anyway?
Max rear lift on the PB/PC Challenger is 40mm to still be legal.
The factory panard rod length is fine.

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Why would you want to fir an adjustable panard rod anyway?
Max rear lift on the PB/PC Challenger is 40mm to still be legal.
The factory panard rod length is fine.

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The post is for Pajero Sport ...


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Pajero Sport and the PB/PC Challenger has identical rear suspension so my comments are the same.
Why would you need an adjustable panard rod if you are only lifting the suspension 40mm?

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Pajero Sport and the PB/PC Challenger has identical rear suspension so my comments are the same.
Why would you need an adjustable panard rod if you are only lifting the suspension 40mm?

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Thanks for the heads up OJ ...

The lift is for 50mm ..

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For a bit of fun (and mental exercise) I took measurements and did the geometry & calculations for the fixed length Panhard Rod.

I'm already lifted, but for an additional 50mm of lift the rear end would be skewed by 4mm.

Not something I would be worried about personally, but purists might be.


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For a bit of fun (and mental exercise) I took measurements and did the geometry & calculations for the fixed length Panhard Rod.

I'm already lifted, but for an additional 50mm of lift the rear end would be skewed by 4mm.

Not something I would be worried about personally, but purists might be.


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Wheel was sticking out by 10mm more then other side ... my calculations where also close (5mm) ... so I am guessing when Laden will sit perfectly ..





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I put an adjustable panhard on the rear of Shorty before it went in for inspection after being engineered in SA. With the lift, EXTRA wheel offset and wider tyres I didn't want to take any risks with being told one side was outside the guard. Adjustable panhard centred the axle again and reduced the risk of being rejected.

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