Slee vs Land Tank DIY pan hard adjusters (1 Viewer)

93yotasr5

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I am about to place an order for a DIY kit for the front and rear pan hard bars. Does anyone know if there any difference quality wise to either brand? The Slee is significantly more.
 

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The front panhard bar is solid.
The rear panhard bar is hollow.
Whiteline makes a very nice adjustable front panhard bar that is very affordable.
You can build your own adjustable rear panhard bar for about $30 with parts from McMaster-Carr.
 
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The front panhard bar is solid.
The rear panhard bar is hollow.
Whiteline makes a very nice adjustable front panhard bar that is very affordable.
You can build your own adjustable rear panhard bar for about $30 with parts from McMaster-Carr.
I spent a few minutes looking through McMaster Carr's website. What would I be looking for exactly?
 
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I spent a few minutes looking through McMaster Carr's website. What would I be looking for exactly?
Parts list here.

I did the same mod and it works well.
 
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I ordered a set from @landtank to do my front. It looks like a solid product, now I just need to get it welded in lol.
 

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Land Tank has a great reputation so I just ordered their front and rear set along with some new panhard bar bushings from Toyota. My brother will weld them up for me.
 

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Land Tank has a great reputation so I just ordered their front and rear set along with some new panhard bar bushings from Toyota. My brother will weld them up for me.
thanks for your purchase and confidence. I went and checked my site and realized that I had not linked the install guide to that product. It is there now and you can print it out for your brother.

Rick
 

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Whiteline front panhard from CarParts.com


Part no.: WLNW83050 x 1
Panhard Rod
Unit Price: $ 176.99​

2 x threaded tube ends
1 x hardened bolt
2 x jam nuts (comes as a 10 pk)

My order from 2014 was $57 to make two adjustable bars.
 
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Whiteline front panhard from CarParts.com
Part no.: WLNW83050 x 1
Panhard Rod
Unit Price: $ 176.99​

2 x threaded tube ends
1 x hardened bolt
2 x jam nuts (comes as a 10 pk)

My order from 2014 was $57 to make two adjustable bars.
Thank you.
 
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Parts list here.

I did the same mod and it works well.
Thank you.
 

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Thank you.
Verify the threaded tube ends match before you order. The threaded tube ends that I ordered were no longer available and the ones I linked looked to have the same specs.

From my original order:

94640A365
Alloy Steel Tube-End Weld Nut, Fits 1-1/4" Tube OD, .120" Wall Thickness, 3/4"-16 Right-Hand Thread
 
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Verify the threaded tube ends match before you order. The threaded tube ends that I ordered were no longer available and the ones I linked looked to have the same specs.

From my original order:

94640A365
Alloy Steel Tube-End Weld Nut, Fits 1-1/4" Tube OD, .120" Wall Thickness, 3/4"-16 Right-Hand Thread
Will do.
 

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